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Alex Berengaut Quoted in TR Daily Article Regarding the CLOUD Act

April 4, 2018, TR Daily

Alex Berengaut participated on a panel at an event hosted by the Center for Strategic & International Studies to discuss the recently enacted Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data (CLOUD) Act. As TR Daily notes, Berengaut indicated that the CLOUD Act eventually would reduce conflicts between U.S. authorities and service providers because it anticipates that the U.S. government will reach agreements with foreign countries to streamline data production. "In the longer term, you will have these agreements which will provide the vehicle for the mitigation of conflicts for U.S. providers responding to U.S. process," he said. "It doesn't address the immediate-term issue of what to do when you have a request that bears on the equities of a country that does not have one of these agreements."

A recording of the discussion can be found here.

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