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Daily Dashboard | Outlining a path for individual redress after 'Schrems II' Related reading: Revised SCCs may help post-'Schrems II' but won't solve everything

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In an op-ed for Lawfare, Georgetown University European Law Professor Kenneth Propp and Alston & Bird Senior Counsel Peter Swire, CIPP/US, explain how individual redress could be addressed in the wake of the "Schrems II" decision on EU-U.S. data transfers. Propp and Swire explain that redress requires "a system of administrative fact-finding and judicial review to respond to individual complaints." In order to tackle this, they propose the use of existing tools within U.S. surveillance law "with certain modest statutory adjustments."
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