As the U.S. and E.U. move toward a data sharing agreement to replace Safe Harbor, the shifting data privacy landscape seems to indicate the coming agreement may be more consumer-focused. This would mean EU data subjects would be treated differently in terms of liability, and senior policy advisor Norma Krayem said it would mean a more efficient U.S. enforcement mechanism could be under discussion.
“Now that we have the GDPR we know exactly what their focus is going to be,” Ms. Krayem said.“ I think the biggest piece of Safe Harbor has always been the enforcement component.”
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