While negotiations on transatlantic data transfers between the United States and European Union have made significant progress, a new report from the Atlantic Council warns policymakers on both sides that there is still work to be done. The EU-US Data Privacy Framework (DPF) is expected to face immediate opposition from European privacy advocates. In order to prevent the DPF from suffering the same fate as the Privacy Shield and Safe Harbor agreements, Washington and Brussels should consider other forms of bilateral engagement, such as the Trade and Technology Council (TTC) and a stand-alone digital trade agreement.
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