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JUL 16, 2020 | US | EUROPEAN UNION

Washington Post, July 16, 2020. Companies blasted the move as the economy is struggling in the wake of the coronavirus. "This is an unwelcome development at a time when businesses on both sides of the Atlantic are focusing on recovering from the economic impacts of COVID-19 and are increasingly relying on data-driven tools and services to do so,” said Thomas Boué, director general of policy—EMEA at BSA, another tech trade group.” 阅读更多信息

JUL 16, 2020 | US | EUROPEAN UNION

Bloomberg Law, July 16, 2020. “The good news is that SCCs remain valid,” said Victoria Espinel, CEO and president of BSA | The Software Alliance. “But today’s Privacy Shield decision will create challenges for more than 5,300 businesses, 70 percent of which are SMEs, across a range of sectors at a time when the ability to send data abroad is crucial to the economic recovery from COVID-19.” 阅读更多信息

JUL 14, 2020 | US | EUROPEAN UNION

National Journal, July 14, 2020. “If either the Privacy Shield or standard contractual clauses are invalidated, it could have a significant economic impact because companies across industry sectors—including automotive, agriculture, financial, health care, manufacturing, and HR—rely on those mechanisms to transfer data,” said Kate Goodloe, policy director at BSA | The Software Alliance, a technology trade association. 阅读更多信息

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