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Daily Dashboard | Padova Considers PRISM’s Impact on Safe Harbor Related reading: Legal analysis of Iowa's new privacy law




In a piece for EurActiv, Yann Padova, former secretary general of French Data Protection Authority the CNIL, considers whether the European Court of Justice (ECJ) could invalidate EU-U.S. Safe Harbor agreements in the wake of the PRISM scandal. Discussing a case brought by Max Schrems, Padova writes, “This question referred to the ECJ has potentially serious legal and economic consequences, especially because it takes place within a particular European political context.” Acknowledging Safe Harbor agreements are widely used to transfer data to the U.S., he writes, “However, the ‘Safe Harbour’ mechanism is subject to a great deal of scrutiny in Europe that has grown substantially since the PRISM scandal.” Editor’s Note: Max Schrems will speak from the keynote stage and on a panel discussion at next week’s IAPP Data Protection Congress in Brussels.
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