Last October, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) sent ripples throughout the corporate world when it effectively struck down the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor agreement that, until then, allowed the lawful flow of personal data from EU countries to participating U.S.-based entities. The result? Nearly 4,000 companies that relied upon the Safe Harbor agreement as cover now face the uncertainty of whether their data practices are sufficient to evade scrutiny by European Data Protection Authorities (DPAs).
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