The recent electronic-evidence agreement between the U.S. and the U.K. is the first under the U.S. CLOUD Act. In this, the second of two articles on the pact, we look at concerns about the clarity of its privacy protections and obstacles to it serving as a model for agreements with other countries. In part one, we described the ways the agreement goes beyond the CLOUD Act, and its ambiguities and potential problems. See “U.K. and U.S. Sign First E-Evidence Pact Under the CLOUD Act: Fewer Hurdles, More Clarity and New Questions” (Nov. 20, 2019).