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Daily Dashboard | Op-ed: EU DPAs' 'zero-risk' theory based on 'questionable assumptions' Related reading: Biden signs bill reauthorizing FISA Section 702




A study published by University of Grenoble Alpes professor of law Théodore Christakis found the "zero-risk" theory commonly held by EU data protection authorities after the "Schrems II" decision is "overly restrictive, is not mandated by the (EU General Data Protection Authority) and could have a number of adverse effects." Christakis said the "notion that data controllers can take measures to entirely 'eliminate' any risk of unauthorized access to European personal data by foreign governments is grounded on questionable assumptions."
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