As Safe Harbour ruled invalid, lawmakers reconsider CISA

"Omer Tene, vice president of research and education at the International Association of Privacy, told that the Safe Harbour decision would mainly affect CISA's Judicial redress Act, which would provide citizens of major U.S. allies a course of redress regarding information shared with U.S. law enforcement. "It is very unlikely that this would have passed," Tene said, "and I'm not sure if it would have satisfied the European authorities anyway.""