Court Ruling Threatens U.S. Companies' Ability To Import European Traveler Data

Travel companies that store data on European citizens in the United States are potentially on the wrong side of European law after the European Union Court of Justice last week invalidated Privacy Shield, a much-used mechanism for protecting EU-U.S. data transfers, and effectively threatened to scotch another: standard contractual clauses.

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