Numerous privacy laws are requiring that companies provide individuals with data rights — rights to access their data, correct their data, learn about uses of their data, delete their data, and more. Administering these rights can be quite complicated for organizations.
Tag: EU Privacy
Archive of all posts about EU Privacy by Professor Daniel J. Solove for his blog at TeachPrivacy, a privacy awareness and security training company.
A New US-EU Safe Harbor Agreement Has Been Reached
Last year, the death of the US-EU Safe Harbor Arrangement sent waves of shock and despair to the approximately 4500 companies that used this mechanism to transfer personal data from the US to the EU. But a new day has dawned.
The Growing Problems with the Sectoral Approach to Privacy Law
By Daniel J. Solove The US regulates privacy with a sectoral approach, with laws that are directed only to specific industries. In contrast, the EU and many other countries have an omnibus approach — one overarching law that regulates privacy consistently across all industries. The US is an outlier from the way most countries regulate […]
Sunken Safe Harbor: 5 Implications of Schrems and US-EU Data Transfer
By Daniel J. Solove In a profound ruling with enormous implications,the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has declared the Safe Harbor Arrangement to be invalid. [Press Release] [Opinion] The Safe Harbor Arrangement The Safe Harbor Arrangement has been in place since 2000, and it is a central means by which data about EU citizens can […]