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Daily Dashboard | Schrems: Stop Sending Data Abroad Related reading: Legal analysis of Iowa's new privacy law




Privacy advocate Max Schrems has asked German, Irish and Belgium data protection agencies to cease and desist the transfer of European data overseas in light of the European Court of Justice ruling deeming Safe Harbor invalid, Ars Technica reports. “It seems to be appropriate as a matter of fairness to inform you at the earliest possible stage of the possibility that your actions (or inactions) in this procedure may also have personal consequences for the relevant officeholder that go far beyond a mere appeal or judicial review against the decision of the office,” Schrems said in a letter to the Irish data protection commissioner. Meanwhile, Dutch Justice Minister Ard van der Steur believes a Safe Harbor sequel is “not expected … very shortly," The Register reports.
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