Google calls for a secure ‘data transfer framework’ between the US and EU

Google calls for a secure data transfer framework between the US and EU

Google is asking lawmakers in the US and Europe to develop new rules for secure data transfer.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect in 2018 as a data privacy law to provide citizens with greater privacy, bring a better understanding of their rights when providing personal data, and encourage organizations to take additional security measures when handling information.

Under the GDPR principles, organizations must ensure that personal data is collected legally and under strict conditions. In addition, those who collect and manage data should protect it from abuse or exploitation and respect the rights of data owners – or face penalties. Tensions between US technology companies and the GDPR have continued. Last week, the Austrian Data Protection Authority (DSB) ruled that the Austrian website violated the GDPR by using Google Analytics. DSB said Google Analytics did not provide adequate protection for user data.

Read More: Zdnet

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