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Daily Dashboard | Is the EU’s “Anti-FISA” Clause Practical? Related reading: Mass. attorney general sues Equifax; other actions may follow

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The Snowden revelations have helped reintroduce into the EU’s proposed General Data Protection Regulation a provision that would limit and control personal data transfers to third countries. Often referred to as the “anti-FISA” clause, the provision gives rise to a number of concerns regarding practicality and legality, writes Danish Ministry of Finance Senior Policy Advisor Christian Wiese Svanberg in this installment of Privacy Perspectives. Svanberg notes, “the issues raised by the proposal are numerous,” adding, “does the word ‘judgment’ also cover court orders, subpoenas, letters of request … And what constitutes an ‘international agreement’ for the purposes of the provision?”
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