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What To Watch As Privacy Shield Data Pact Scrutiny Heats Up

Law360 (August 22, 2018, 3:10 PM EDT) -- The Privacy Shield data transfer mechanism will soon face its latest and potentially most serious test as European Union and U.S. officials gear up to review the pact for a second time, and experts predict that its continued viability is likely to hinge on how much weight EU policymakers choose to give to competing input from their U.S. counterparts and EU lawmakers.

Google Inc., Facebook Inc., Microsoft Corp. and more than 3,500 other multinational organizations have signed up to adhere to Privacy Shield principles when transferring personal data between the U.S. and the EU since the pact was finalized in July...

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