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Daily Dashboard | Cline: U.S. Leads World in Privacy Violation Fines Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Europe Managing Director, 20 October 2017

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Jay Cline, CIPP/US, writes for Computerworld on EU leaders’ belief that the U.S. has not adequately enforced the EU-U.S. Safe Harbor agreement, citing research showing that is not the case. “Any way you cut the data,” Cline writes, “the U.S. dwarfs Europe and every other jurisdiction in doling out fines for data privacy violations. If privacy is measured by its weight in gold, America is the safest place on earth for personal data.” Cline’s report looks at the history of Safe Harbor, highlighting his team’s research on fines of $100,000 or more imposed by government agencies for privacy violations. “We also set out to rank-order the top privacy fines in history,” he writes. “When we did this, the U.S. dominated the leader board.”
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