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The European Commission’s announced in December that it has begun its process to adopt an adequacy decision for the EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework (the Framework). Companies seeking to transfer data from countries in the European Union to the United States will need to take steps to be in alignment with this new change.
The framework enhances protections for EU residents with respect to the activities of such agencies by restricting U.S. their processing of EU data subjects’ personal data.
While bipartisan legislation to establish a federal privacy law in the United States – the American Data Privacy and Protection Act – moves through Congress, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has now taken steps to address existing and emerging issues related to commercial data and to consider the possibility of updating requirements.
Companies transferring data out of China for processing should be aware of new guidance issues on June 26 by China’s National Information Security Standardization Technical Committee - the Cybersecurity Standards Specification for the Certification of Cross-Border Processing of Personal Information.
Currently, a drafted piece of data privacy legislation is going through the US Congress. After some research and discussion, we analyzed what's in the proposed bill.
As we reported last week on Twitter, the European Commission announced the launch the European Health Data Space (EHDS), an initiative designed to empower people to control and use their health data in their home country or in other member states.