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Daily Dashboard | Access Now calls on European Commission to suspend Privacy Shield Related reading: 'Privacy Implications of Brexit'



Advocacy group Access Now has written to the European Commission calling for the suspension of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield "in response to a series of actions that it says call into question the Trump administration’s commitment to honoring Europeans’ privacy and data protection rights," The Hill reports. The letter cites President Donald Trump's Jan. 25 executive order and the choice of CIA Director Mike Pompeo, Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., and Dan Coats for cabinet positions as particularly concerning.“These developments show near-reckless disregard for the human rights of Europeans and others outside the United States and foreshadow further weakening of the already watered-down protections of Europeans’ data,” the letter states. Editor's Note: IAPP Westin Fellow Cobun Keegan, CIPM, CIPP/US, argues that Trump hasn't "tanked" Privacy Shield yet in a report for Privacy Tracker.
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