One year after Schrems II, the world is still waiting for U.S. privacy legislation
As the invalidation of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield continues to cast uncertainty over data flows, the need for federal privacy legislation looms larger than ever.
Although congressional interest in revamping U.S. federal privacy laws persists, there has been only marginal action so far this year. But unlike in the past, agreement on legislation is within reach.
Full article: One year after Schrems II, the world is still waiting for U.S. privacy legislation