Travel Companies Face More Uncertainty Over Data Transfers From EU

The future of standard contractual clauses, a mechanism heavily used by travel service providers and other companies to lawfully transfer European Union citizens’ data to the U.S. and other countries, has been thrown into question after a ruling by the Irish High Court. The court decided Oct. 3 to ask the European Court of Justice to review whether these clauses are valid, considering the U.S. government's less stringent treatment of personal data.

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