Under the Trump Administration, the fundamental bases of the Privacy Shield remain unchanged.
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The House Judiciary Committee is holding a hearing this morning on cross-border data requests, featuring testimony from the Department of Justice, the U.K. government, Google, the Center for Democracy and Technology, state law enforcement, and yours truly. The hearing will be livestreamed here, where you can also find the written testimony
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Recently I participated in a fascinating conference at Georgia Tech entitled “Surveillance, Privacy, and Data Across Borders: Trans-Atlantic Perspectives.” A range of experts grappled with the international aspects of an increasingly pressing question: how can we ensure that law enforcement is able to obtain enough information to do its job in the twenty-first century, while also ensuring that digital security and human rights are protected?
The Trump Administration is jeopardizing support for the U.S.-EU Privacy Shield even though it has affirmed its framework and essential pillars.
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