The European Commission, in its first review of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield framework, has determined that the U.S. is in compliance. This post summarizes the EC’s findings and recommendations.
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The European Commission has released its first annual report on the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield.
Yesterday’s Executive Order on “Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States” triggered alarm among privacy advocates in the U.S.
In the first days of the new administration, an Obama executive order extending certain privacy protections to ordinary foreign citizens should not be on the chopping block: it is vital to transatlantic digital trade and ecommerce.
The podcast is back with a bang from its hiatus, bringing you an interview with Scott DePasquale and a news roundup from the most momentous August in cybersecurity history.
This week’s news roundup is dominated by the European Union and the Ninth Circuit. The gang discusses the EU Parliament's approval of the Privacy Shield program that replaces Safe Harbor, along with the Ninth Circuit's ruling on password sharing in US v. Nosal and oral argument in US v. Mohammud.
European hypocrisy on data protection is a lot like the weather. Everyone complains about it but no one does anything about it. Until today.
European news and sensibilities dominate episode 112 and we pester our guest, Eric Jensen, about his work on the Tallinn 2.0 manual.
Alan Cohn and Jason Weinstein talk to Robin Weisman and Peter Van Valkenburgh from the Coin Center.
Live from RSA, it’s episode 104, with special guest Jim Lewis, CSIS’s renowned cybersecurity expert and Steptoe’s own Alan Cohn.