3 Ways In-House Counsel Can Navigate International Data Regulations

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From the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to China’s far-reaching cybersecurity law, data localization mandates are affecting how multinational corporations manage and transfer data from their various worldwide offices.

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  • John Tomaszewski

    So - this is useful for "extraordinary" data transfers associated with litigation, but how do you manage the "ordinary" data transfers like centralized HRIS and customer care fulfillment centers? There is *way* more risk of compliance violations in the day-to-day activities of a business than in the responses to litigation. Companies don‘t get sued thousands of times a day, every day.

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