International: Future international data transfer considerations

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It remains to be seen whether the data protection authorities will approach companies with appropriate advice and guidelines and not just use their powers to impose fines. At the same time, it should also be noted that the current situation, namely that the GDPR (i.e. its level of protection) is also exported to third countries, will inevitably lead to a collision with non-European law. However, neither the data protection authorities nor the companies alone can solve this conflict. Governments and politicians in particular are called upon to ensure that the conditions for international data transfer are manageable while ensuring a sufficient level of protection for personal data. via

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