The European Commission released a draft adequacy decision on December 13, 2022, approving the new EU-U.S. data privacy framework established in part by President Biden’s Executive Order 14086 issued on October 7, 2022. The draft adequacy decision is the first step in the European Union’s adoption procedure.
Alan Garza is a graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center. Prior to and during law school, Alan worked as an electrical engineer, supporting data centers for large tech companies.
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President Biden Issues Executive Order Regarding Signals Intelligence Activities, Clearing Way for New Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework
By David Aaron, Todd M. Hinnen & Alan Garza on
Posted in Federal Developments
President Biden issued an executive order (EO) increasing protections and safeguards for personal data subject to signals intelligence activities. It also establishes a redress mechanism for residents of qualifying states who allege they were harmed by U.S. signals intelligence activity conducted in violation of U.S. law. The EO is intended to address perceived deficiencies in…