Baden-Württemberg's privacy regulator Stefan Brink told POLITICO
that legal changes alone would not be enough to keep data flowing.
Companies could store their data in Europe, or they could reach
for a wildcard: encrypting everything that crosses the Atlantic.
"I generally agree that data exports to third countries may no
longer be based on Standard Contractual Clauses. However, the ECJ
shows the possibility of continuing such exports with additional
guarantees. This could include an effective encryption of data
stored in the U.S., which the U.S. service provider cannot break,"
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