Law360, New York (December 3, 2015, 10:21 AM EST) -- The Oct. 7, 2015, the EU Court of Justice ruling invalidating the safe harbor agreement that governed data flows between the U.S. and Europe for approximately 15 years is only the tip of a regulatory iceberg that affects all global companies that handle personal data in Europe. U.S. businesses have had plenty of time to prepare for this, but they still do not have a clear picture of their roles or responsibilities in this ever-evolving regulatory world of compliant sharing and storage of data.
Here's a quick overview of how we got here. The underlying principles of the safe harbor pact...
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