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Life After the Privacy Shield Standard Contractual Clauses Get Tougher Requirements

July 17, 2020, Legaltech News

Kristof Van Quathem is quoted in Legaltech News regarding the continuation of shared data between the EU and the United States after the invalidation of the Privacy Shield. Mr. Van Quathem says companies are exploring encryption and other technical safeguards for EU data transferred to the U.S. He added that more organizations are also considering prohibiting data transfers to the U.S. entirely.

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