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EU Top Court Leaves US Data Transfers On Shaky Ground

Law360 (July 17, 2020, 9:33 PM EDT) -- The European Court of Justice blunted the blow of its Privacy Shield invalidation Thursday by finding that companies can still use another popular data transfer tool to send personal information outside the European Union, but the extent to which data will be allowed to continue to flow to the U.S. remains uncertain.

Companies can continue to use another popular data transfer tool to send personal information outside the bloc, the European Court of Justice has said. (AP) Following the EU high court's decision to strike down the Privacy Shield data transfer mechanism, scores of multinationals are expected to turn in earnest...

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