Cross-Border Data Forum Bannner
In a new article published in the Oslo Law Review, Christopher Docksey and Kenneth Propp argue that the principle of “accountability” currently utilized for  ensuring the privacy of personal data in the commercial context is equally a valuable framework for regulating government access to data.  [...]
The future of U.S. global digital policy hangs in the balance following a shock decision by the office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) that the United States no longer supports provisions that protect cross-border data flows, prohibit forced data localization, safeguard source code, and prohibit countries from discriminating against digital products in the World Trade Organization (WTO). [...]