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Intellectual Property Magazine
, November 2015
In a landmark judgement issued on 6 October, the Court of Justice of the European Union invalidated an earlier European Commission decision on Safe Harbor that had been a significant vehicle for transatlantic data flows over the past 15 years. This has left countless businesses in a precarious situation. This article discusses the legal and practical implications of the ruling and proposes a plan of action for companies to start preparing for the post-Safe Harbor era.
This article was first published in Intellectual Property Magazine (November 2015 edition).
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