EU-US Privacy Shield declared invalid, what are the consequences?

What happens to data such as personal data that is offered via an American cloud software supplier now that the EU-US Privacy Shield has been declared invalid?
Because the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) concerns “electronic communication service providers”, this ruling has an effect on a lot of cloud software within your organization.
The biggest problem with US regulations is that US intelligence services have access to all personal data of non-US people that is processed at a US electronic communications provider, even if it is stored in Europe. Electronic communication providers are, for example, the e-mail services, cloud storage and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) that your organization (or the processors with which your organization works) uses. Making separate agreements for this is often a gray area.

Ask yourself the following questions:
1. In which countries does the supplier have data centers?
2. Who has physical access to these data centers?
3. Have agreements been made with the supplier or can they be made?

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