In the wake of the USMCA’s promotion of the Cross Border Privacy Rules established in 2011 by APEC, a reexamination of the CBPR system is warranted.
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Announcing the latest edition of the Aegis Paper Series from the Hoover Institution.
The first executive agreement under the Cloud Act, between the U.S. and U.K., may come soon. But the British side of the agreement needs work.
The Justice Department will need to answer 11 key questions.
Does the Cloud Act let the United States enter into an agreement with the EU as a whole?
In order to fully realize the goals of the Cloud Act, several key issues should be considered in the formulation and negotiation of Section 5 executive agreements.
The High Court of Ireland referred 11 questions to the EU's Court of Justice regarding the legality of data transfers between Facebook Ireland and Facebook Inc.
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Jennifer Daskal and Peter Swire respond to Neema Singh Guliani and Naureen Shah’s critique of the CLOUD Act.