DPC 2022: EU-US Data Privacy Framework on track, challenge expected

17/11/2022 | IAPP

On the final day of the  IAPP Data Protection Congress 2022 in Brussels this week, EU and US government officials, along with NOYB Honorary Chairman Max Schrems, talked in back-to-back sessions about the EU-US Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework. Government officials spoke about how the framework is on track and represents a workable solution. However, predictably, Schrems threw cold water on those ideas but stopped short of announcing an attempt to raise a potential Schrems III challenge to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) for the moment. 

Meanwhile, the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) and other leading technology associations announce their desire for a quick conclusion to the data transfer discussions. 

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