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As more and more data flows across state borders, the ability of law enforcement agencies to access information stored outside their jurisdiction or managed by a foreign company becomes increasingly complex. What country’s laws should apply to data requests? How quickly should access be granted and to whom? Should there be different standards for different countries? Mutual Legal Assistance (MLA) processes have been one way to address these questions. This post is an attempt by CDT to spur public debate and to solicit input that would inform a solid MLA Treaty reform proposal.
This document is a redline of the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) of 2015, reflecting the changes made by the Manager’s Amendment. The Senate is expected to consider CISA on the Senate floor this week.