Data is getting increasingly difficult to acquire, even within the walls of the same organization. Enterprise data sharing has long been a difficult process. Endless bureaucracy and suboptimal data outcomes make the lives of engineers and data scientists difficult. Off-shore development teams rely heavily on data sharing for testing applications. In-house operations need data sharing for scale. For example, analytics projects need to span several countries or continents. With data privacy legislations and rulings, like Schrems II effectively prohibiting US-EU data sharing, such projects get the axe before they would even take off. Similar data privacy regulations are popping up all over the world. An increasingly hostile cybersecurity environment further inhibits free data flows, even within the walls of heavily protected organizations. Cross border data sharing is getting increasingly difficult all over the world and the tide is unlikely to turn.