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The Sun Sets on the US–EU Safe Harbor
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That awful grinding noise you heard on October 6 was the gears seizing up in the legal machinery governing transatlantic data flows. The European Court of Justice threw one heck of a wrench into the works when it issued a judgment declaring that the Safe Harbor Privacy Principles followed by US companies that handle information concerning EU citizens are invalid. Lots of companies’ practices may now violate EU law, and those companies may now face inquiries from data protection authorities from multiple EU member states.

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