The Court of Justice of Schrems II finds that EU data exporters (or EU data regulators) must suspend transfers of SCC data if the law of the recipient country “allows its authorities to intervene in the rights of the data subjects to whom the data relates”.  However, given that the United States already enters this category of country, it would appear that the suspension of transfers from CSC to the United States is imminent. BCRs are internal rules governing transfers within the same group. EU data authorities examine BCRs on a corporate basis. The authorization process is complex and can be costly and time-consuming. the European Data Protection Board (EDSA) which issues an opinion on BCRs. .