Civil Liberties MEPs want EU-US Privacy Shield suspended by September

By |junij 12th, 2018|Axel Voss, Claude Moraes, data protection, data transfer, data-sharing, EU-US relations, News, online privacy, privacy shield, safe harbour, Sophie in 't Veld, Věra Jourová|

MEPs in the European Parliament’s powerful Civil Liberties Committee (LIBE) want the European Commission to suspend its Privacy Shield agreement with the United States unless the Trump administration introduces data protection safeguards by 1 September, in a move that comes amid mounting transatlantic political tensions.

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Jourova to press for EU-US data sharing deal next week

By |maj 18th, 2018|data transfer, data-sharing, e-evidence, EU-US relations, Jeff Sessions, law enforcement, News, Věra Jourová|

EU justice chief Vera Jourova will push for a new data access agreement with the United States when she meets next week with her American counterpart, amid growing transatlantic tensions over issues including the Iran nuclear agreement and trade.

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EU proposes ‘revolutionary’ fast-track system for police data access

By |april 17th, 2018|data access, data protection, data-sharing, e-evidence, EU-US relations, European Parliament, law enforcement, Microsoft, News, police force, terrorism, Věra Jourová|

A new EU proposal will force tech companies to share their users’ personal data with law enforcement authorities from different member states upon request.

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Leaked EU overhaul gives tech companies 10 days to share ‘e-evidence’ data with police

By |marec 30th, 2018|data protection, data protection regulation, data transfer, data-sharing, e-evidence, EU-US relations, law enforcement, Microsoft, News, terrorism, Věra Jourová|

EXCLUSIVE / Messaging apps and other digital services will be forced to give their users’ data to law enforcement authorities within ten days of receiving requests, or six hours in emergencies, according to a leaked draft of an upcoming EU legal overhaul.

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