|Author (Person)||Archick, Kristin, Fefer, Rachel F.|
|Author (Corporate)||United States: Library of Congress: Congressional Research Service (CRS)|
|Publisher||USA Congress: Library of Congress|
|Series Title||CRS In Focus|
In March 2022, the United States and the European Union (EU) announced a political agreement on a new TransAtlantic Data Privacy (TADP) Framework to safeguard commercial cross-border data flows. For decades, data privacy and protection issues have been sticking points in U.S.-EU relations. The new framework aims to meet EU data protection obligations and facilitate transatlantic trade.
This In Focus was first published in August 2020 and it has been updated several times over the years. The latest update was published in June 2022. All updates can be checked on the Primary Source link provided below.
|Subject Categories||Politics and International Relations|
|Keywords||Data Privacy | Protection
|Countries / Regions||United States|
|International Organisations||European Union [EU]|