While the conclusion of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield agreements represents the culmination of a Herculean effort, the decision is still plagued by enormous “uncertainty” that requires further discussion, Intel Corp.’s David Hoffman, CIPP/US, wrote in an op-ed for New Europe. Issues like essential equivalency, surveillance and data employment for anti-terrorist measures are among those that need to be explored with greater clarity, Hoffman argued. “The results of that conversation between friends can then form the basis of a global dialogue establishing a worldwide common language to promote privacy and security,” he said. Editor’s Note: For a collection of perspectives on the Privacy Shield, check out the IAPP’s newest podcast here.
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