In July 2020, the Schrems II decision issued and the European Commission’s adequacy decision for the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework was invalidated. Further, and broader than the invalidation of Privacy Shield adequacy decision, the Schrems II judgement found that US surveillance measures interfered with what are considered “fundamental rights” under EU law, i.e., the rights
Can European Websites use Google Analytics and Similar Services Without Violating the GDPR?
By Jenny L. Colgate on
Posted in EU e-privacy directive, European Union, GDPR, Google Analytics, Privacy, Schrems, United States
It has been nearly a year and a half since the Schrems II decision issued in July 2020, which invalidated the European Commission’s adequacy decision for the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework. As a result, companies were forced to reexamine their transfers of personal information out of the EU, and the safeguards that they rely on…