In response to the European Commission’s proposed provisions for cross-border data flows in trade and investment agreements, ICC calls on EU member states to prevent digital protectionism.
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During its semi-annual meeting the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Commission on the Digital Economy welcomed Chair of the Article 29 Working Party (WP29) Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin to ICC’s global headquarters to discuss timely European Union (EU) data protection developments of importance for global business including the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and WP29’s recent opinion on the EU-US Privacy Shield.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has welcomed a last-minute deal between the European Union and the United States to keep transatlantic data flowing.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has issued a policy statement pointing out conflicts that can arise between law enforcement requirements and privacy commitments when governments seek access to personal data held by companies across national borders
The International Chamber of Commerce participated today in a high-level conference in Brussels jointly organized by the Council of Europe and European Commission to mark the occasion of Data Protection Day 2011.
As new technologies lead us to reconsider existing privacy concepts and boundaries, ICC hosted a unique conference to deliberate how existing data protection laws apply in a rapidly changing landscape.
ICC and its Task Force on Privacy and Protection of Personal Data will host a conference entitled “A Global Perspective on Data Protection and Processing” on 28 May in Paris.
To make citizens more aware of their data protection rights, the Council of Europe and the European Commission are launching “Data Protection Day” on 28 January. The kickoff will include a series of events throughout Europe and North America.
On 27 December 2004, the European Commission approved the standard contractual clauses for data transfers proposed by seven international business associations as offering an "adequate level of data protection" under the EU's strict data protection laws.
How can a company transfer personal data between its operations in countries with differing data protection rules?