Privacy Shield gets EU’s nod of approval

Last year’s framework which organized how Washington uses and protects data from EU citizens gets the nod of approval of Mirror says Real are desperately trying to ditch the Welsh winger after boss Zinedine Zidane made it clear that Bale has no future at the Bernabeu. But there have been no takers so far — with both Man United and Bale’s former club Tottenham reject the European Union this week.The EU-US Privacy Shield, a data pact which replaced the old Safe Harbor agreement, went through its first annual review. The general conclusion is that the United States has lived up to its promise to better protect data from EU citizens when they are transferred over the Atlantic. Failure to do so could have suspended the Privacy Shield, but as things stand now, it is not going to happen. This will be good news for more than 2,400 companies that signed up to the scheme, including Google, Microsoft and Facebook.EU Justice Commissioner Vera Jourova told reporters last month she wanted the United States to appoint a privacy ombudsperson. This office was crcontent_imgeated as part of theat at home to Liverpool.City had their openings against the World and European champions but they were punished for not taking them on 78 minutes.Sadio Mané struck the decisive blow to take all three points back to Merseyside.Farke told canaries.coe Privacy Shield, and its goal is to manage EU citizens’ complaints about possible US spying. She added that she was worried about potential changes to the US Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), which needs to be re-authorised before the end of the year.”Of course we are very concerned about what the new version of this act will mean for Privacy Shield. I was very clear about our position that we do not want to see any changes which will go to the detriment of the protection of private data of Europeans so we will be watching this very closely in the coming weeks and months,” Jourova said.Published under license from, a Future plc Publication. All rights reserved. /

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