Privacy Shield works after all – in the US

The European Court of Justice declared the Privacy Shield agreement on the transatlantic transfer of personal data invalid in 2020. Since then, intensive negotiations have been underway on a modified new version. But on the other side of the Atlantic, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has now opened proceedings against the former owners of CafePress, in which the Privacy Shield also plays an important role.

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