19/03/2021

Congressional Research Service

Congressional Research Service releases Schrems II report

The US Congressional Research Service has published a report on the impact of the CJEUs Schrems II ruling. The report looks at EU laws governing international data transfers and reviews the US surveillance laws that impact the court's decision. The CRS also provides recommendations for Congress to consider as it tackles the future of data transfers, such as increased negotiations with the EU or legislation to address the court's surveillance concerns. The report concludes that a comprehensive federal data protection law addressing surveillance concerns could result in the EC determining that the US provides an "adequate level of protection" under Article 45 of the GDPR.

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