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Fundamental rights are fundamental

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At International Privacy Conference, Consumer, Digital Rights and Data Protection Groups Call for Strong Laws to Protect Public. TACD alongside leading privacy and consumer organizations meeting in Amsterdam this week called on data protection officials around the world to support a meaningful legal framework that would protect the fundamental rights of both citizens and consumers …

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EU and US organisations welcome the European Court of Justice Safe Harbor Ruling

Last week’s momentous ruling of the European Court of Justice (ECJ), which declared safe harbor invalid under EU’s data protection and fundamental rights laws, saw an outpour of support from our members. US organisations in particular applauded the ECJ decision and called on their government to urgently enact comprehensive data protection legislation to ensure the fundamental …

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TACD Statement in Response to European Court of Justice Safe Harbour Ruling


EU and US consumer organisations, represented by TACD, welcome today’s decision by the Court which finds that the special status of the United States companies permitted to transfer personal information of their European users through the so-called ‘Safe Harbour’ system is illegal under the Union’s data protection and fundamental rights laws, and therefore will be …

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Trade agreements and data flows: TACD at public hearing of European Parliament

Trade agreements and data flows

On 16 June 2015, Finn Myrstad (Head of the Digital Services Section at the Norwegian Consumer Council and EU Co‐Chair of TACD’s Information Society Policy Committee) and Anna Fielder (Chair of Privacy International and TACD’s Senior Policy Advisor) spoke at a public hearing that was jointly organised by the INTA and LIBE Committees of the European …

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New resolution on the open and neutral Internet


TACD’s Information Society Policy Committee has adopted a new resolution on the open and neutral Internet. This resolution builds on the TACD net neutrality resolutions of April 2010 and June 2014. However, since then significant developments in both the EU and the US markets are increasingly threatening the neutrality and openness of the Internet, changing economic …

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