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Peter Swire’s Op-ed: Schrems II Ruling Could Rupture Trans-Atlantic Data Flows
Prof. Peter Swire, Research Director of the Cross-Border Data Forum, recently published an opinion piece, first in French in Le Monde, and t...
Two ways that smaller countries could participate in emerging global systems for transfer of electronic evidence
The globalization of criminal evidence has altered the landscape for criminal investigations worldwide. With the advent of electronic commun...
Frequently Asked Questions about the U.S. CLOUD Act
Introductory note: This set of FAQs responds to questions from non-U.S. countries about the meaning and implications of the CLOU...
EU and U.S. Negotiations on Cross-Border Data, Within and Outside of the Cloud Act Framework
This short article explains the streamlined U.S. legislative procedure that applies for executive agreements under the Cloud Act. By c...
Lawfare – Recommendations for the Potential U.S.-U.K. Executive Agreement Under the Cloud Act
In their Lawfare article Recommendations for the Potential U.S.-U.K. Executive Agreement Under the Cloud Act, Peter Swire and Justin Hemming...
Lawfare – A Possible EU-US Agreement on Law Enforcement Access to Data?
In their Lawfare article A Possible EU-US Agreement on Law Enforcement Access to Data?, Daskal and Swire explain the current negotiations be...
IAPP – What the Cloud Act means for privacy pros
In their IAPP article What the Cloud Act means for privacy pros, Daskal and Swire explain how the Cloud Act resolved the U.S. Supreme Court ...