The Department Of Commerce’s Rosy View of Privacy Doesn’t Match Reality

I recently wrote a bit for the folks at Castlebridge, discussing the Department of Commerce’s recent whitepaper of the US’ privacy policies in the post-Schrems world. I took the DOC to task for whinging that the CJEU was unfair, and encouraged Data Controllers to adopt a “trust but verify” posture on Standard Contractual Clauses, and to think critically about ‘on the ground’ practicalities of the Dept of Commerce’s position.

We here at Knowligence are looking forward to working with Castlebridge in the future, tackling the complexities of marrying data protection and cybersecurity.

You can read the blog post here.