- U.S. Privacy Shield Director Alex Greenstein told The Wall Street Journal efforts to replace the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield are ongoing. Greenstein noted the U.S. would like to "get something put in place as quickly as possible," but also mentioned the need for a "strong agreement that meets legal standards" in order to avoid a "fall to another legal challenge."
- The Wall Street Journal also reports the U.S. is in talks with Asia-Pacific allies on a digital services agreement that would potentially include rules on trade covering data flows, digital privacy and standards for the use of artificial intelligence. U.S. Trade Representative Spokesperson Adam Hodge said, "We see digital-trade rules, done right, as a potentially important tool to advance those goals."
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