In December 2019, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) issued a preliminary opinion on the data protection delegate against Facebook Ireland (also known as Schrems II). He outlined various scenarios that might arise from the regime`s conflict. The author concluded that the notice “the same facilitation and alert measures for the U.S. government and for companies that depend on data transmission. A final ruling by the ECJ, which may or may not follow the recommendations of the Advocate General, is expected in a few months.  German MEP Jan Philipp Albrecht and activist Max Schrems criticised the new ruling, saying the Commission could take a “tour in Luxembourg” (where the European Court of Justice is located).  Many Europeans have called for a mechanism for individual European citizens to file complaints about the use of their data, as well as a transparency system to ensure that the data of European citizens does not fall into the hands of the US secret services.  For businesses, judgment can have consequences. Transatlantic data transfer is now targeted by supervisory authorities, putting companies at significant risk of fines. The EU-US Data Protection Shield Framework was designed by the US Department of Commerce and the European Commission to provide businesses on both sides of the Atlantic with a mechanism that meets EU data protection requirements for the transfer of personal data from the European Union to the US to support transatlantic trade. Switzerland is not a member of the EU, but it pursues many EU policies through the implementation of the treaties.