What are the considerations relevant to data transfers between the U.S. and European Union countries? Listen to Episode 10.
The U.S. and European economies collectively represent a third of global trade in goods and services, and close to a third of the world’s GDP. It follows that a staggering amount of personal data is exchanged between U.S. and European-based companies. The collection and use of data of EU citizens raises significant regulatory and consumer litigation concerns. In this episode, I interview my London-based Dorsey Partner, Ron Moscona, as we explore how the GDPR regulatory scheme differs from the emerging U.S. standards on consumer data privacy protection, and recent developments governing data transfer.
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