The Internet and sovereign privacy laws have
been on a collision course for some time now,
with growing tensions arising in all jurisdictions.
The lack of trust burst into view in October 2015,
with the European Court of Justice’s rejection
of the Safe Harbour agreement, a set of
guidelines that had previously been understood
as providing sufficient security for European
citizens’ private data to be held in or used by
companies in the United States. The ruling about
Safe Harbour’s inadequacy and questions about
the proposed replacement agreement, Privacy
Shield, which had been hammered out by EU
and US negotiators, have created a legal limbo
and have left companies that do business in the
EU uncertain about how to proceed.
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