US Supreme Court decision makes EU-US data transfer agreement harder

21/03/2022 | The Hill

In an op-ed for The Hill, American Civil Liberties Union National Security Project Senior Staff Attorneys Patrick Toomey and Ashley Gorski discussed how a recent US Supreme Court decision would make reaching a replacement EU-US Privacy Shield agreement more difficult. The decision, which involved a case challenging FBI surveillance, means that both Americans and Europeans will face even “more arduous odds if they try to challenge secret US government surveillance in US courts,” and highlihgts why US safeguards do not satisfy EU privacy rules.

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