Tag: data transfers

How the CLOUD Act is Likely to Trigger Legal Challenges

New York Law Journal “The CLOUD Act is about to stir up a legal storm. The act was originally passed in March 2018 to ensure US law enforcement officials could obtain information from US-based communications providers even if that information is stored overseas. But the act has another, more controversial provision: […]

Schrems 2.0 – The Advocate General’s Opinion

Background The Court of Justice of the European Union Advocate General issued his much‑anticipated opinion in the case commonly known as “Schrems 2.0.”   The AG’s opinion is not legally binding. However, it is likely to influence the CJEU’s decision in the case, which is expected to be handed down […]