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Daily Dashboard | The testimony behind Schrems 2.0 Related reading: ICO's Denham says enforcement priorities won't change

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As the privacy world eagerly awaits the Irish High Court's findings in what's known as Schrems 2.0, a case challenging the legitimacy of using standard contractual clauses as a basis for data transfer from the EU to the U.S. and elsewhere, the IAPP has collected the testimony of the expert in U.S. law selected by Max Schrems, Ashley Gorski of the American Civil Liberties Union, along with the testimony of two experts selected by Facebook, Professor Peter Swire, CIPP/US, of the Georgia Institute of Technology and Professor Stephen Vladeck of the University of Texas. In this piece for Privacy Perspectives, IAPP VP of Research and Education Omer Tene introduces the gravity of the case and provides context for the hundreds of pages of testimony the IAPP has collected. It is, quite simply, an essential resource for anyone exploring U.S. surveillance law, and may well have bearing on Privacy Shield, adequacy decisions around the world, and the future of trans-border data flows. 
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