CBDF Senior Fellows Théodore Christakis and Jennifer Daskal, and CBDF Research Director Peter Swire have published extensively in the immediate aftermath of the Court of Justice of the European Union’s decision in Schrems II. This post highlights six items from the first week following one of the most important decisions about cross-border data flows to date:
- After Schrems II : Uncertainties on the Legal Basis for Data Transfers and Constitutional Implications for Europe, Theodore Christakis, https://europeanlawblog.eu/2020/07/21/after-schrems-ii-uncertainties-on-the-legal-basis-for-data-transfers-and-constitutional-implications-for-europe/
- Théodore Christakis : “L’annulation du « Privacy Shield » est un tremblement de terre pour la protection des données”, Theodore Christakis, https://www.acteurspublics.fr/articles/theodore-christakis-lannulation-du-privacy-shield-est-un-tremblement-de-terre-pour-la-protection-des-donnees. The full text is available here: https://twitter.com/tc_intlaw/status/1285227650915749895?s=21
- What Comes Next: The Aftermath of European Court’s Blow to Transatlantic Data Transfers, Jennifer Daskal, https://www.justsecurity.org/71485/what-comes-next-the-aftermath-of-european-courts-blow-to-transatlantic-data-transfers/
- Geopolitical Implications of the European Court’s Schrems II Decision, Kenneth Propp & Peter Swire, https://www.lawfareblog.com/geopolitical-implications-european-courts-schrems-ii-decision
- Schrems II backs the European legal regime into a corner — How can it get out?, Peter Swire, https://iapp.org/news/a/schrems-ii-backs-the-european-legal-regime-into-a-corner-how-can-it-get-out/
- The Lawfare Podcast: Schrems II and the Future of Transatlantic Data, with Peter Swire as a guest speaker, https://www.lawfareblog.com/lawfare-podcast-schrems-ii-and-future-transatlantic-data
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