- A delegation of several members on the European Parliament’s Civil Liberties Committee will visit Washington, D.C., May 23 to 26. Led by Chairman Juan Fernando Lopez Aguilar, the delegation plans to discuss possibilities for the new EU-U.S. Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework.
- 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.
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