Interview: Safe Harbour 2.0 will lose again, argues Max Schrems - "Silicon Valley doesn’t rule world. Respect laws in each country," says privacy campaigner


"Over the weekend, negotiators from the European Union's executive body and the US Federal Trade Commission worked frantically to thrash out a deal to allow transatlantic data transfers to take place. But the so-called Safe Harbour 2.0 is far from a done deal.

So how did we get here? Two men are essentially responsible: Edward Snowden and Max Schrems."


See: Safe Harbour 2.0 will lose again, argues Max Schrems - "Silicon Valley doesn’t rule world. Respect laws in each country," says privacy campaigner (ars technica, link)

And: The Privacy Shield: The deal on EU/US Safe Harbour data that wasn’t there (mcgarrsolicitors.ie, link)

 

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