Notare che sono sono l'unico in Italia a dire che il nuovo safe harbour non puo' essere vincolante perche' deciso con le stesse modalita' che la Corte UE ha dichiarato non idonee a firmare il precedente accordo.
Ora ho la conferma dal Parlamento Europeo: l'accordo puo' funzionare solo se il Parlamento partecipa preventivamente alla decisione, e non dopo come gia' ora.
Vedremo nel prossimo futuro cosa succede.
EU-US “Privacy Shield”: MEPs to examine new deal on transatlantic data transfersLIBE Press release - Citizens' rights / Justice and home affairs − 17-03-2016 - 10:07
^ The new “Privacy Shield” framework on EU-US transfers of personal data by private firms, which is to replace the former "Safe Harbour" one, will be debated by Civil Liberties Committee MEPs in a hearing on Thursday afternoon. Austrian citizen Max Schrems, whose court case against facebook led to Safe Harbour's downfall, the US lead negotiator, the EU Data Protection Supervisor, representatives from the Article 29 Working Party, the European Commission and others will all be quizzed on the deal.
The Civil Liberties Committee hearing is meant to help MEPs monitoring the operation of the new Privacy Shield framework and assessing whether it does indeed provide adequate data protection for EU citizens. Some MEPs have already voiced concerns over the new agreement. The European Parliament must give its opinion before the Commission can adopt an "adequacy decision" declaring that the framework offer a sufficient level of data protection, as a prerequisite for the deal to enter into force.