That brings us straight to problem two. There is no right to Industry Email List litigate if the US has used your 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 Industry Email List 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 Industry Email List 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.
It is an invasion of privacy and a violation of Industry Email List the AVG/GDPR. As soon as the final text is available, it may again be allowed to share the personal data with the US . In the previous variants, Safe Harbor and Privacy Shield, companies still had Industry Email List to commit themselves specifically to these agreements. It will probably not be the case now that you can blindly share data with the US. Definitive solution? The question, of course, is how good these Industry Email List agreements will be. In any case, Max Schrems is already ready to start a lawsuit within a few months after the final text has been published, in order to ultimately have the Court of Justice of the EU rule on it.
The intention is then, of course, to have the Industry Email List agreements declared invalid again, just like in 2020 with Safe Harbor, so that all transfers of personal data to the EU are again unlawful. This procedure takes several years. As long as that procedure is ongoing, the transfer may be legal. What does the future look like? If the successor to Privacy Industry Email List Shield is available, we can (temporarily) embed Google Fonts again, use Google Industry Email List Analytics (although GA4 will probably comply with the AVG/GDPR anyway) and we can use Mailchimp and Active Campaign again.