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Daily Dashboard | Groups to European Commission: Privacy Shield isn't adequate Related reading: Checking in on progress with CPPA's agenda




In a letter written to European Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality Vera Jourová, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International ask the European Commission to reevaluate its stance on Privacy Shield's adequacy, specifically its "Implementing Decision 2016/1250." The letter asks the commission to "encourage the U.S. legislative and executive branches to adopt the necessary binding reforms" so that transferring data to the U.S. complies with EU law, including the GDPR. The letter cites the U.S.'s foreign intelligence surveillance laws as evidence privacy protections "demonstrably fall far short of essential equivalence to the standards set out in EU law." 
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