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European Data Privacy and New Regulations Governing Transfer of Data to the U.S.

What are the considerations relevant to data transfers between the U.S. and European Union countries?

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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