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Commerce Department General Counsel Pushes Back Against EU Attacks on US Privacy

The US privacy framework is under attack from officials in the EU following revelations about NSA surveillance. ¬†Yesterday, US Department of Commerce General Counsel Cameron Kerry delivered his valedictory address before his departure from his position next week, and focused both on the progress made by the Obama Administration in privacy and offered the strongest […]

Posted in International/EU Privacy

New Article in ABA Antitrust Magazine Contrasts EU-US Proposals for New Privacy Framewrok

In a just-published article for the American Bar Association Antitrust magazine entitled “So Close Yet So Far, The EU and US Visions of a New Privacy Framework.” available through a link in this blog entry, Hogan Lovells Privacy partners Winston Maxwell (Paris) and Chris Wolf (Washington) compare and contrast the pending proposals on both sides of the Atlantic for improvements to the privacy frameworks.