U.S. lawmakers rarely agree these days. But across the political spectrum, most policymakers concur that digital platforms, including social media, messengers, and search engines, pose a problem.
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CFIUS forced a Chinese firm to sell Grindr in 2019. Yet the application is sharing data widely today, including to a company in China.
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Stakeholders are increasingly advocating for a multilateral accord on government surveillance.
Some U.S. laws and documents provide a foundation. But is a distinction between “data brokers” and the practice of “data brokerage” the right approach?
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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.