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Daily Dashboard | WP29 Privacy Shield opinion sparks anxieties for US businesses Related reading: CPPA board charts course for CPRA rulemaking


U.S. businesses expressed their anxieties after the Article 29 Working Party released their opinion of the E.U-U.S. Privacy Shield agreement, eWEEK reports. The proposed data transfer agreement has been called an improvement over the now-defunct Safe Harbor, but the Working Party believes Privacy Shield still falls short in adequately safeguarding EU citizens’ data. Businesses in the U.S. are worried about the ramifications of any possible delays to the Privacy Shield implementation. "A prolonged climate of regulatory uncertainty places unnecessary strain on the digital economy, hurting businesses, workers and consumers," said Daniel Castro, Information Technology & Innovation Foundation vice president. The Hill also reported on businesses’ Privacy Shield related fears, and the potential challenges of trying to alert the agreement.
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