A Politico report sheds light on the creation of the US Data Protection Review Court, which was created to facilitate consumer redress claims regarding foreign surveillance by the US government. However, the court's opaque nature has raised concerns about transparency and accountability. The court was established as part of the EU-US Data Privacy Framework (DPF), but without any public paper trail, it could impact national security and privacy rights.
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