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Kenneth Propp

In the Monday, December 20th Lawfare article titled Towards OECD Principles for Government Access to Data: Can Democracies Show the Way?, Theodore Christakis, Kenneth Propp and Peter Swire discuss the role that democracies can play in establishing trusted international standards for cross-border data flows.  Drawing upon documents made available by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) as well as interviews conducted by the team with governments, institutions, corporate bodies and academic thought leaders in the field, the authors [...]
This post was originally published by about:intel, and is reprinted here with the permission of same. 11. June 2021 Recent reports of Danish intelligence cooperating with the U.S. National Security Agency in monitoring undersea cables in 2012-14 have briefly pushed Edward Snowden’s revelations back into the news, but the more significant development is change in the legal landscape for bulk surveillance on both sides of the Atlantic.  While the United States government has definitively discontinued a controversial telecommunications metadata collection program exposed [...]
This post was originally published by the Atlantic Council in its New Atlanticist blog, and is reprinted here with the permission of the Council: Do continued EU data flows to the United Kingdom offer hope for the United States? - Atlantic Council. As the Biden administration and the European Commission “intensify” negotiations to re-establish a stable transatlantic data-transfer framework, Brussels separately is moving ahead to enable unrestricted data flows with two other major trading partners: the United Kingdom and the Republic of Korea. [...]