– CompTIA, the Computing Technology Industry Association, today issued the following statement after Europe’s top court, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), struck down a 15 year-old “Safe Harbor” agreement that allowed for the flow of information between companies in Europe and the United States. The following statement should be attributed to Elizabeth Hyman, Executive Vice President, Public Advocacy:
“We are disappointed in today’s decision by the CJEU and deeply concerned about the impact this will have on U.S. companies doing business in Europe, particularly small and medium-sized businesses. We will continue to encourage Congress to pass the Judicial Redress Act, and would urge the Department of Commerce to finalize negotiations with the European Commission on a new Safe Harbor as expeditiously as possible." About CompTIA
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