The Big EU Court Strikes Down Data Transfer Agreement That Google, Facebook and Amazon Relies On

In a big move last week during the “Data Protection Commissioner v Facebook Ireland and Maximillian Schrems” case, the highest court in Europe  struck down the Privacy Shield framework that thousands of companies rely on when it comes to large scale data transfers between the US and Europe.

Now that Privacy Shield has gone away, what will happen? Even though bulk data transfers between the two countries will continue for now, what will happen in the future once everything sets in?

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