- US-UK data-sharing agreement—the final piece of the puzzle
- What extra-territorial powers do US and UK authorities have?
- What are the constraints on those extra-territorial powers?
- What is the new US-UK Bilateral Data Access Agreement?
- What safeguards apply under the US-UK Agreement?
- What additional safeguards exist under national legislation?
- Does this solve national constraints?
- Does the US-UK Agreement impact encryption and how bilateral is use likely to be in practice?
- What are the next steps?
TMT analysis: The US and UK have entered into a landmark agreement to allow access to electronic data for use in criminal investigations between their law enforcement agencies (the US-UK Agreement). Caitlin Potratz Metcalf, Senior US Associate, CIPP/US, Washington DC and Peter Church TMT Counsel, London of Linklaters look at the final piece in the US-UK data sharing puzzle.
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