The European Commission is set to publish its draft adequacy decision for EU-U.S. data flows as early as Dec. 12, Politico Pro reports. The draft decision represents approval of U.S. commitments under the proposed EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework concerning intelligence agencies' access to EU personal data. Members of the European Data Protection Board and European Parliament will weigh in with nonbinding opinions on the draft decision before it is finalized. The commission previously indicated the adequacy process may take up to six months. Editor's note: The IAPP's Joe Duball outlined ongoing considerations around EU-U.S. data flows.
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