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Daily Dashboard | ILITA backpedals: Will not enforce against companies using Safe Harbor Related reading: The latest COVID-19 privacy news from the EU, Ireland and US

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In October 2015, just a week after the European Court of Justice (CJEU) Schrems decision, Israel’s data protection authority, ILITA, announced that Israel too wold no longer permit data transfers to the U.S. based on the Safe Harbor arrangement. The announcement raised concerns and drew criticism from U.S. companies doing business in Israel, as well as American policymakers, who viewed it as a troubling extension of the uncertainty caused by the CJEU decision. In response, ILITA has now issued a set of updates and clarifications, stating that “for the time being” it will not “initiate enforcement actions in connection with data transfers” from Israel to the U.S. based on the Safe Harbor arrangement.
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