Trans-Atlantic data flows: What’s next after the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield?
What to expect on tech policy in the next presidential administration
Advancing the transatlantic dialogue in the aftermath of Schrems II
It was the first time that a president of the United States said we should have comprehensive commercial privacy legislation, and it started the process of framing how we should respond to data privacy in the digital era. Specifically, it created the “no surprises” rule, which is the notion that data collection, use, and sharing should be consistent with context and user expectations.