"Clock is ticking" on Safe Harbor, says European Consumer Organization

BEUC, the consumer organization of the European Union, has urged European policy makers to accept a revised Safe Harbor arrangement only if it complies with the Schrems decision and "guarantees that EU citizens' fundamental rights are upheld when their data is exported to the United States." Last year, 40 consumer privacy organizations in Europe and the United States urged US Secretary Pritzker and EU Commissioner Jourova to take specific steps to close the widening EU-US data divide. Secretary Pritzker has been unwilling to meet with consumer organizations.


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