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Not Allowed - Bad Crawler. EU Justice Chief Vera Jourova Speaks on Negotiating New Safe Harbor Pact - Real Time Brussels. Safe Harbor Update: European Commission Reaffirms Commitment to a Safe Harbor Sequel. Your first step to building a free, personalized, morning email brief covering pertinent authors and topics on JD Supra: JD Supra provides users with access to its legal industry publishing services (the "Service") through its website (the "Website") as well as through other sources.

Safe Harbor Update: European Commission Reaffirms Commitment to a Safe Harbor Sequel

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The European Commission wants to have a new data sharing arrangement with the US within the next three months.

Commission wants new Safe Harbour deal within three months

“I believe Europe and the United States have all tools at hand to achieve this in three months,” Commission Vice President Andrus Ansip said today (6 November), emphasising that “it needs a bulletproof solution.” Commission officials have rushed to step up negotiations with their US counterparts over a new deal to replace the Safe Harbour agreement, which the European Court of Justice knocked down on 6 October. Safe Harbour allowed the over 4,000 companies that signed onto it to transfer data legally from the EU to the US. EU Justice Minister Vera Jourova is meeting with US officials over a new agreement during a trip to Washington next week.

Jourova said she would also meet with US Senators who will vote on the Judicial Redress Act that could give EU citizens' the same legal rights as Americans if their data is mishandled. “We think they should be a bit more ambitious. ECJ President On EU Integration, Public Opinion, Safe Harbor, Antitrust - Real Time Brussels.

EC Audiovisual Service - EbS Live. 20151006_wp29_press_release_on_safe_harbor. EC Audiovisual Service - Video. First Vice-President Timmermans and Commissioner Jourová 's press conference on Safe Harbour following the Court ruling in case C-362/14 (Schrems) First Vice-President Frans Timmermans : Today's judgment by the Court is an important step towards upholding Europeans' fundamental rights to data protection.

First Vice-President Timmermans and Commissioner Jourová 's press conference on Safe Harbour following the Court ruling in case C-362/14 (Schrems)

The Court confirms the need of having robust data protection safeguards in place before transferring citizens' data. I see this as a confirmation of the European Commission's approach for the renegotiation of the Safe Harbour. We have already been working with the American authorities to make data transfers safer for European citizens. In the light of the ruling, we will continue this work towards a renewed and safe framework for the transfer of personal data across the Atlantic.

In the meantime, transatlantic data flows between companies can continue using other mechanisms for international transfers of personal data available under EU data protection law. Our priorities as Commission are now: They will meet in the coming days to discuss all of this. Commissioner Vera Jourová: As Frans Timmermans just said, we have three priorities :