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Daily Dashboard | Will the Judicial Redress Act address Europeans’ privacy concerns? Related reading: A view from Brussels: A look at the latest from the European Comission

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Mary Ellen Callahan, CIPP/US, Nancy Libin and Lindsay Bowen write for Privacy Tracker that while the Judicial Redress Act received bipartisan support from the U.S. Congress, “It contains a number of limitations and exceptions that could make the legislation unacceptable to the EU.” Despite this, “the EU Commission has indicated that passage of the Judicial Redress Act meets the outstanding criteria for adoption of the Umbrella Agreement … it remains to be seen whether the European Parliament will agree and ratify the Umbrella Agreement. And although the Privacy Shield is not directly related to the Judicial Redress Act, the frequent references of the Judicial Redress Act in the recent Privacy Shield communiqué demonstrate its political importance to the EU.” (IAPP member login required.)
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