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E.U. Court Declares Data-Transfer Pact With U.S. Invalid

October 13, 2015, Bloomberg BNA

Henriette Tielemans is quoted in this BNA article that explores the idea of finding alternative means for the transfer of data with the elimination of Safe Harbor. Countries that require national data protection authority approval may find even more issues arise when trying to formulate new ways to navigate data transfer laws. Tielemans notes that the process for these countries takes “three to six months in a regular period, and this is not a regular period.” An “avalanche of authorization requests” is likely, she says.

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