The EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework (DPF) establishes a mechanism for transferring personal data from the EU to the U.S., ensuring adequate safeguards and protection as European legislation requires. Developed by the U.S. Department of Commerce in consultation with the European Commission, industry, and other stakeholders, the DPF aims to facilitate trade and commerce between the U.S. and EU, addressing the different approaches to privacy protection by the U.S. and EU.
The EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework presents significant developments for organisations involved in transatlantic data transfers. Adherence to its Principles is essential for compliance, operational continuity, and stakeholder trust. It is crucial for businesses, especially those with operations in Indonesia engaged in EU-U.S. data transfers, to understand and comply with the new framework to ensure seamless international operations. Even for businesses who do not operate in this particular market, it is well worth noting that EU regulations in Cyber Law, are often adopted as the industry standard for other nations considering similar legislation.
 Setyawati Fitrianggraeni holds the position of Managing Partner at Anggraeni and Partners in Indonesia. She also serves as an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia, and is currently pursuing a PhD at the World Maritime University in Malmo, Sweden. This article is co-authored by Sri Purnama, Junior Legal Research Analyst and Jericho Xafier Ralf, Junior Associate at Anggraeni and Partners.
 The Draft Regulation referenced in this document pertains to the version dated 7th October 2023, as obtained from the official website of the European Commission, accessible at Adequacy decision EU-US Data Privacy Framework_en.pdf (europa.eu). Please note that subsequent amendments or updates to the Draft Regulation may have occurred after this date. Readers are advised to consult the latest version of the document for the most current information.”
 The European Commission. “Commission Implementing Decision of 10.7.2023 pursuant to Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the adequate level of protection of personal data under the EU-US Data Privacy Framework”. Adequacy decision EU-US Data Privacy Framework_en.pdf (europa.eu), pp. 11, para. 44.
 Ibid., pp. 7, para. 28.
 Ibid., pp. 23, para. 88-89.
 Ibid., pp. 13, para. 52.
 U.S Department of Commerce, “EU-U.S. DATA PRIVACY FRAMEWORK PRINCIPLES ISSUED BY THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE”. EU-US Data Privacy Framework Principles (publishing.service.gov.uk). Accessed on 15 November 2023.
 Shoosmiths. “U.S Adequacy has arrived, does this change your international transfers strategy?”. EU-US Data Privacy Framework Principles (publishing.service.gov.uk), pp. 3. Accessed on 15 November 2023.
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