How will the EU-US Privacy Shield Impact Small and Mid-Sized [...]

How will the EU-US Privacy Shield Impact Small and Mid-Sized Hosting Companies

Feb 5, 2016 - The US and Europe came to an agreement after missing the Sunday deadline. The agreement addresses how data is moved across the Atlantic without causing issues with European privacy.

The new agreement is called the EU-US Privacy Shield and provides stronger obligations on US companies when it comes to personal data of Europeans. There are now clear safeguards and the agreement will includes robust enforcement and transparent obligations.

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