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In its response to the Commission Communication of 27 November 2013, the Working Party agrees that restoring trust in EU-US transfers cannot take place without strengthening the safeguards provided by Safe Harbor.
In the context of the current discussions between the Commission and the US authorities to adapt the Safe Harbor framework, the Working Party supports the view that, under the current circumstances, the possibility for Safe Harbor to provide adequate protection for EU citizens is questionable and recognises that if the revision process currently undertaken by the Commission does not lead to a positive outcome, the Safe Harbor agreement should be suspended.
The Working Party also recalls that data protection authorities may suspend data flows according to their national competence and EU law.
The Working Party further points out some additional elements that should be improved in the Safe Harbor Decision, for use in ongoing negotiations with the US, in order to efficiently protect EU data subjects whose personal data are transferred to the US under the Safe Harbor framework.