Breaking down the EU, US e-evidence negotiations

17/02/2021 | Oxford Academic

Oxford Academic's International Data Privacy Law journal looks at the context and challenges surrounding the e-evidence negotiations between the EU and the US that began in September 2019. While the US government wishes to end the talks with a "framework agreement" with the EU and its member states, the EU seeks to reach an all-encompassing resolution that avoids different rules for each country. The article also looks at how the CJEU's Schrems II decision may affect negotiations.

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