On July 16, the Court of Justice for the European Union released its ruling in the Schrems II case, invalidating the Privacy Shield Framework for transatlantic data flows but also upholding the validity of standard contractual clauses as a mechanism for international data flows. What does this mean for you and your business? Join SIIA Policy on August 12 at 2pm ET to learn more about the case, its impact on transatlantic data flows, latest updates from Europe and the US, and next steps you can take to keep your business moving forward.
Senior Director of Technology Policy and Assistant General Counsel
Sara DePaul is the Senior Director for Technology Policy. She works with SIIA members to develop and advance global policy positions on privacy, data security, cross-border data flows, and law enforcement access. Prior to joining SIIA, Sara worked at the Federal Trade Commission in several roles, including as an attorney for consumer protection matters in the East Central Regional Office and as Counsel for International Consumer Protection in the Office of International Affairs. Sara is a graduate of The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law and Kent State University.