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United States Privacy Digest | EU MEPs talk Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework during US visit and other updates Related reading: Roe v. Wade decision may hamper American Data Privacy and Protection Act



  • During a Washington, D.C., visit this week, a delegation of seven members on the European Parliament’s Civil Liberties Committee met with legislative and administrative leaders, with discussion of the new EU-U.S. Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework and federal and state privacy legislation taking center stage.
  • European privacy lawyer and activist’s Max Schrems’ organization NOYB issued an open letter to U.S. and EU officials about the deal "in principle" for the new EU-U.S. Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework. The group claimed the agreement resembles too much of the failed Privacy Shield arrangement.
  • European officials say Russia’s invasion of Ukraine highlights the need for a global data privacy agreement, The Wall Street Journal reports. European Commission Head of International Data Flows and Protection Bruno Gencarelli said the invasion shows a “dividing line” between countries with regulations protecting privacy and those that could misuse data.

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