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US, EU start talks on reforming Privacy Shield

Wednesday 12 August 2020 | 10:33 CET | News
The US Department of Commerce confirmed it has started fresh talks with the European Commission on reforming the Privacy Shield. They will work on adapting the agreement on trans-Atlantic processing of personal data after the EU's Court of Justice struck down the previous deal, saying it did not meet EU legal standards.

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