What is EU-US Privacy Shield?
A look at the current framework US companies rely on to transfer data to and from the European Union
GitHub cuts maximum payment limits on bug bounty programme
Code repository now offers up to £30,000 for the discovery of critical vulnerabilities
Government expands child safety group to cover wider public
The council will focus on combating online harm, extremism, and violence against women, among other areas
Privacy Shield should be suspended, say MEPs
Committee cites Cambridge Analytica scandal and CLOUD Act as obstacles
Safe Harbour replaced with EU-US Privacy Shield
The new agreement may take effect from July if both parties agree on its directions
EDPS says Privacy Shield not robust enough
Giovanni Buttarelli said the European Commission needs to develop a longer-term solution for sharing data across continents
Has the US forced Reddit to secretly hand over user data?
Disappearance of "warrant canary" seen as tacit admission of government data request
Would a Brexit weaken data privacy in the UK?
Data privacy should be a central issue in debate of EU referendum pros and cons
Why Privacy Shield will fail to protect our data
Safe Harbour’s replacement is based entirely on trust - what a big mistake
EU throws US data transfers into doubt – again
Europe’s data watchdog refuses to extend Safe Harbour grace period
Will the new Safe Harbour deal really protect your data?
Businesses and campaigners react to Privacy Shield, the new EU-US data transfer agreement
Firms will suffer if Safe Harbour deal fails, Obama warned
Trade groups warn Obama and Juncker over consequences if no new data pact is agreed
New Safe Harbour proposals 'must include suspension clause'
EU: We should instantly stop sharing data with US if privacy under threat
US and EU must reach new Safe Harbour deal by January 2016
EU regulators committed to "coordinated enforcement actions" against violators