Chris Dodson discusses the implications of the approved EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework (DPF) in SecurityWeek. Chris explains how the framework aims to address EU concerns about national security-related access to personal data in the United States by limiting U.S. intelligence authorities' access and introducing new privacy standards.
Nevertheless, privacy advocates express concerns that the framework resembles the unsuccessful Privacy Shield and lacks substantial modifications. Businesses managing EU personal data are unlikely to face significant impacts since the DPF process and commitments are similar to the Privacy Shield, although it has additional national security measures to withstand potential EU court challenges.
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