29/09/2020

US Government

US government publishes data transfers white paper

The U.S. government released a white paper detailing the limits and safeguards pertaining to its access to data in response to the Court of Justice of the European Union's "Schrems II" ruling. The paper finds most companies "do not deal in data that is of any interest to U.S. intelligence agencies, and have no grounds to believe they do." The government said the paper is not intended to be used as guidance and has called for European authorities to clarify how to handle compliance issues stemming from the decision. Meanwhile, NOYB claims in a newsletter that the US is attempting to help companies post-Schrems by whitewashing its surveillance regime.

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