The Information Technology & Innovation Foundation released a report examining the trans-Atlantic digital relationship between the EU and the US. In its report, ITIF provides several recommendations for strengthening data flows, including an EU-US Privacy Shield replacement and broader cooperation on data and digital policy issues. Failing to reach a new accord would accelerate the fragmenting of the global digital economy, reflecting a fundamental fracture between two key players that would only help China. Following up on their Schrems II report from earlier this month, the US Congressional Research Service published a new report EU Digital Policy and International Trade, which compares and contrasts EU and US policies on technology issues, including data protection. The report outlines digital regulations, including the EU GDPR and the ePrivacy Regulation, to identify potential challenges or differences that may require attention, action, or compromise by the US.