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Daily Dashboard | What an independent redress authority could mean for EU-US adequacy Related reading: Understanding scope, requirements of Florida's Digital Bill of Rights



Georgetown University Law Center's Kenneth Propp, Université Grenoble Alpes' Théodore Christakis and Alston & Bird's Peter Swire, CIPP/US, wrote a post for European Law Blog proposing the creation of a U.S. authority for foreign intelligence redress mechanism to help resolve the redress issue in EU-U.S. adequacy negotiations. Propp, Christakis and Swire write that a "Foreign Intelligence Redress Authority" could strike "a non-statutory solution" that is "compatible with the 'essential equivalence' requirements of Article 45 of the EU General Data Protection Regulation."
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