U.S companies hoping to avoid compliance with the requirements of EU law may want to think twice. It’s really time to get on with it. Despite early rhetoric from the Trump Administration, discussions between the U.S. Department of Commerce and the EU Commission last week indicate that the best course for businesses involving data about EU citizens is to take the steps necessary to comply. U.S. officials sent a clear message that they stand behind the commitments of their predecessors to promote compliance by U.S. businesses, at least with respect to the Privacy Shield. This likely reflects a broader U.S. government position that is pro-compliance. EU Justice Commissioner…
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