Kenneth Propp

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Kenneth Propp teaches European Union law at Georgetown University Law Center, and is a Non-Resident Senior Fellow with the Future Europe Initiative at the Atlantic Council. From 2011-2015 he served as Legal Counselor at the U.S. Mission to the European Union in Brussels, Belgium.

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Data Protection

How Europe’s Intelligence Services Aim to Avoid the EU’s Highest Court—and What It Means for the United States

The United States now finds itself forced to consider changes to its foreign surveillance law and practices in order to reestablish a stable basis for transatlantic transfers of personal data. 

Cross-Border Data

London Calling: Post-Brexit Prospects for a U.S.-U.K. Digital Trade Deal

As opposition grows in the British Parliament to the nearly 600-page agreement negotiated by Prime Minister Theresa May’s government to withdraw the United Kingdom from the European Union, it’s increasingly clear that the current text will not be the final word. But even if the British government is ignominiously sent back to the negotiating table with Brussels, it would be a mistake to dismiss the behemoth withdrawal agreement, and the accompanying 26-page political declaration on the future U.K.-EU relationship, as headed for the trash heap.