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So it is certainly not the case that the US is adapting to the EU in terms of protecting our privacy. In fact, the passing on of personal data still does not comply with the AVG/GDPR. The EU is going to allow that transfer after all, under some agreements with the US. So what is Thailand Phone Number the problem? In short, there are two major problems: 1. The US wants a lot of access to data. Especially foreign data. Often under the guise of protecting their country, anti-terrorism, etc. A recent lawsuit allowed the FBI to send an undercover FBI agent to several mosques in 2016/2017 to gather information about hundreds of Americans.
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The data subjects were not given the right to know exactly what information had been collected, to demonstrate that it was illegal. The US is allowed to spy and it would expose state secrets. 2. This brings us straight to problem two. There is no right to litigate if the US has used your Thailand Phone Number personal data unlawfully. Or perhaps not illegally, but you are not allowed to start a legal discussion about that. If Americans don’t get these rights, how can agreements between the US and the EU ensure that European citizens do get these rights? That chance is small. Waiting for final text There is no definitive text or agreement yet. That means that at the time of writing, sharing personal data with the US, US companies or storing it on servers in the US is still not allowed.