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18-Feb-2016 22:47

According to a German lawyer I interviewed this is partially thought to stem from Cold War snooping by the former East German secret police and by neighbour-on-neighbour snooping.

The counter-view in the US is for commerce to be as free from restraint as possible and this is thought to explain the lack of a federal law equivalent to the EU regime.

The 100g glasses apparently only have an hour’s battery life at present with the prototype costing ¥30,000 (£173) to make.

The revelations by rogue NSA sysadmin Edward Snowden in 2013 caused indignant EU politicians to open a dialogue with the US government to update the data transfer regime to safeguard personal data.

The world of data transfers remains in limbo, waiting for the EU Commission to sort itself out.

And, ultimately the EU Court of Justice is likely to assess the new regime before too long with Schrems-style litigants bound to be ready to test the new rules.

The Article 31 Committee, which like its counterpart was established by that article in the original EU Data Protection Directive, is comprised of representatives from the EU Member States to validate data transfer Adequacy Decisions.

Finally, it recognises that the Privacy Shield will have to be reviewed again in 2018 once the GDPR is in force.It features two small OLED screens fixed to a spectacles frame which the user wears as per a normal pair of glasses.However, these small panels display a pair of eyes and are linked to a built-in accelerometer, gyrometer, microphone and chip as well as an external camera.In some ways, protecting data is the big issue of the moment that is not going away and the new General Data Protection Regulation – due to apply from 2018 – is further evidence of that.The new Privacy Shield is supposed to be the new way to enable data transfers from the European Economic area to the US.

Finally, it recognises that the Privacy Shield will have to be reviewed again in 2018 once the GDPR is in force.

It features two small OLED screens fixed to a spectacles frame which the user wears as per a normal pair of glasses.

However, these small panels display a pair of eyes and are linked to a built-in accelerometer, gyrometer, microphone and chip as well as an external camera.

In some ways, protecting data is the big issue of the moment that is not going away and the new General Data Protection Regulation – due to apply from 2018 – is further evidence of that.

The new Privacy Shield is supposed to be the new way to enable data transfers from the European Economic area to the US.

The idea is to “extend our social skills and decrease our emotional labour” by removing the need for the user to appear interested, alert, happy etc around people when they’re not.