Article 29 Working Party statement on the Safe Harbor case

Following the announcement on the 6th October, the Article 29 Working Party issued a statement regarding the Safe Harbor Decision (Schrems v. Data Protection Commissioner (C-362- 14). Article 29 Working Party calls for a robust, collective and common position on the implementation of the judgment urging Member States and the European institutions to open discussions with US authorities in order to find political, legal and  technical solutions enabling data transfers to the territory of the United States that respect fundamental rights.

Read the statement from the Article 29 Working Party.

Country: EU

Domains: Privacy

Stakeholder: European Bodies

Tags: Safe Harbor decision, Schrems case, court decision, CJEU, data transfer, fundamental rights, data protection, Article 29 Working Party, statement, privacy

Posted on Friday 16 October 2015

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