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Nov 18,2015 | Baker & McKenzie

The Equity Equation: New Data Privacy Turmoil

As has been widely reported (see Baker & McKenzie client alert), the European Court of Justice (ECJ) invalidated the EU/US Safe Harbor Program which allowed transfers of personal data of EU/EEA residents to U.S. companies that registered under the program. Generally, such transfers are allowed only if a permissible ground exists, and the Safe Harbor Program was a convenient ground for many U.S. companies doing business in the EU/EEA. By invalidating the program, these companies are now forced to rely on other grounds, such as the data subject's express consent or Model Agreements between the transferring and receiving entity.

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