An axe age, a sword age, Privacy Shield is riven, but what might that mean for European businesses?

The little guys could get caught out with costly consequences

Comment  On 16 July, the European Court of Justice struck down Privacy Shield, an EU-US agreement that required American companies to sign up to a higher standard of privacy to be considered, perhaps somewhat condescendingly, “adequate*” for compliance with the

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