Europes Highest Court considering a case which could decide how Europeans data will be shared with US internet Firms

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Europes Highest Court considering a case which could decide how Europeans data will be shared with US internet Firms

ComputerWeekly (1) states that “The case against Ireland’s Data Protection Commissioner was referred to the ECJ by the high court in Dublin for a ruling on whether the watchdog is bound by the safe harbour agreement.” A ruling is meant to be heard in June 2015.

This could definitely change how data may be transferred in the future!

For further details see http://www.computerweekly.com/news/4500243025/Europes-highest-court-considers-future-of-online-data-privacy?asrc=EM_MDN_41097533&utm_medium=EM&utm_source=MDN&utm_campaign=20150325_Europe%19s%20highest%20court%20considers%20future%20of%20online%20data%20privacy_

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1. ComputerWeekly.com 25 March 2015 Europe’s highest court considers future of online data privacy, Warwick Ashford
http://www.computerweekly.com/news/4500243025/Europes-highest-court-considers-future-of-online-data-privacy?asrc=EM_MDN_41097533&utm_medium=EM&utm_source=MDN&utm_campaign=20150325_Europe%19s%20highest%20court%20considers%20future%20of%20online%20data%20privacy_ Retrieved 26/3/2015

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