EU watchdogs demand revisions to Safe Harbour replacement

“We believe that we don’t have enough security [or] guarantees in the status of the ombudsperson and in their effective powers to be sure that this is really an independent authority,” said Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin, the chairwoman of the group. So, in other words, the EU doesn’t trust the USA to keep data secure and private… away from the prying eyes of Government agencies that think the law is for other people…

EU watchdogs demand revisions to Safe Harbour replacement – BBC News

Privacy watchdogs say changes must be made to a proposed EU-US data transfer pact meant to replace the Safe Harbour agreement.

Source: www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-36036531

 

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