The issue of US government signals intelligence collecting information on Europeans has been contentious for years. However, a key aspect of the EU-US Data Privacy Framework is the principle of reciprocity embedded through the US Data Protection Review Court. This means that foreign jurisdictions must safeguard US citizens' data within their borders and allow transfers of the data to the US to justify a court complaint. Atlantic Council Senior Fellow Kenneth Propp believes that such reciprocal adequacy "shows growing convergence" and a "coherent articulation" with balancing international data flows and foreign surveillance laws.
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