EGDF and 22 other EU & U.S. business groups urge swift agreement on EU-U.S. personal data flows

One year after the SchremsII ruling, EGDF and 22 other associations urge the U.S. and the EU to swiftly ensure an agreement for secure transatlantic data flows that in turn will strengthen trade, investment, technological cooperation, and reinvigorate the transatlantic partnership. It is the ideal time to forge a new sustainable data transfer framework and the business groups hope to hear from the U.S. government and European Commission on the completion of an agreement soon.

The full statement can be accessed here: http://www.egdf.eu/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/2021-07-14-Joint-industry-letter-Transatlantic-industry-urge-swift-agreement-on-EU-US-data-flows-1.pdf

The full EGDF approach securing free flow of data globally can be accessed here: http://www.egdf.eu/documentation/5-fair-digital-markets/9-trade-policy/