program will explore implementation strategies and roadmaps for enrolling in the
new Privacy Shield. As of August 1, 2016, Privacy Shield replaced the defunct
Safe Harbor for data transfers from the European Union to the United States.
Companies have adopted different approaches in addressing Privacy Shield
principles, wrestled with how to achieve compliance and have turned to
mechanisms such as EU Model Clauses or even taking a wait-and-see noncompliant
posture. The Privacy Shield requires significant compliance steps, including
heightened notice requirements and stronger redress mechanisms for EU citizens –
with possible Dept. of Commerce audits. It also mandates a third party vendor
management system so that the organization conforms its contracts with
third-party processors to the new onward transfer requirements. The Safe Harbor
program, which was relied upon by nearly 4,400 US-based multinational
organizations, was declared inadequate in an October 2015 decision by the
European Court of Justice.
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