The ruled came from Europe’s highest court concerning of electronic data transfer regulating agreement which is a 15-year-old with the US and finally that was invalid, as a result huge quantities of US companies of technology got into a great trouble to do business abroad with legal standard for the rules. The Justice court of Europe has announced the rule that the agreement of the US Safe Harbor was not enough for protecting the rights and privacy of the ordinary citizens. The rule came into a response for a complaint of privacy activist, which was filed to the regulatory authority of Ireland.
The complaint was made by an Austrian law student named Maximillian Schrems and his complaint was that he shared some information on Facebook, which is maintained from Dublin- its headquarters in Europe and he was not able to share it in a third country lack of proper safeguards.
U.S. informant Edward Snowden’s disclosures demonstrated that sufficient insurances were not set up to shield private citizens from probing by the government U.S. or different organizations that may utilize their own information for unapproved and unlawful observation, Schrems guaranteed. The Irish administrative powers must look at Schrems’ protestation and choose whether to suspend the exchange of all information to Facebook in light of the fact that it doesn’t secure individual information enough, the rule came from court.