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An EU court ruling, judges’ growing comfort with issuing sanctions, and the popularity of ephemeral messaging apps may have far-reaching repercussions in the U.S. e-discovery world, according to a judges keynote panel during day two the virtual Relativity Fest conference.

The notable Schrems II battle came to a conclusion in July and dealt a significant blow to corporate collection of EU citizens’ data when the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) deemed the Privacy Shield an inadequate measure for protecting EU citizens’ data from disproportional access from U.S. law enforcement.

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Victoria Hudgins

I am a reporter for Legaltech News, where I cover national and international cyber regulations and legal tech innovations and developments.

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