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Daily Dashboard | Perspective: How will Europe respond to FISA's reauthorization? Related reading: Notes from the IAPP, Dec. 13, 2019

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U.S. Congress is considering permanently reauthorizing four provisions, two of which are unused, of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act that are set to expire Dec. 15. In this piece for Privacy Perspectives, StorageCraft Technology Corporation General Counsel Brett Johnson, CIPP/US, writes why lawmakers should carefully consider the permanent reauthorization of the unused provisions and how Europe may respond to the FISA reapproval. "Given European scrutiny of U.S. surveillance practices, permanent reauthorization of unneeded surveillance powers will become one more reason for European courts and lawmakers to further contract available cross-border transfer mechanisms, causing unnecessary damage to business interests," Johnson writes.
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