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EU-US Privacy Shield - is the harbor safe again, or are we entering further unchartered waters?By Ellen Temperton, Olivia Savage, Alexander Milner-Smith
The EU-US data transfer framework known as Safe Harbor was declared invalid by the Court of Justice of the European Union (the CJEU) on 6 October 2015 in the Schrems decision (see our previous article). Since then, US and EU authorities have been locked in negotiations to see if a deal could be reached to address the concerns raised by the CJEU when it struck down Safe Harbour. Top of the list were the alleged mass surveillance by US security agencies and a lack of redress for European citizens when their rights were infringed by those authorities.
Advertising & Marketing Newsnotes - Issue 55 - November 2013By Chris Rycroft, Ned Lewis, Rebecca Craker, Joanna McCulloch, Daniel Bugler, Bryony Compson
The Advertising & Marketing Newsnotes cover recent developments in marketing law. Issue 55 covers Implied health claims for food subject to ASA scrutiny; Facebook relaxes its rules on running promotions; ASA revises its approach to Twitter disclosures; Trading Standards replace OFT as ASA backstop regulator; OFT proposes new Principles for in-app payments; Two ASA adjudications on claims to worldwide superiority; Proposed exceptions to copyright for parody and quotations; and the Government proposals for major consumer law reforms.
Article by Ian Jeffery features in Managing PartnerBy Ian Jeffery
An article by Ian Jeffery has been published on the Managing Partner website.