Frankfurt-based partner Sebastian Jungermann, head of Kaye Scholer’s German Competition and Antitrust practice, and associate Jens Steger published an article in the prominent law magazine Deutscher AnwaltSpiegel. The article focuses on privacy laws, particularly the EU Safe-Harbor Judgement from October 2015 and recent developments.
Jungermann and Steger discuss what the European Commission and national Data Protection Authorities may do, and what companies should do to stay in compliance with European Data Protection and Privacy requirements either when transferring data to the United States or when processing data in Germany or in the EU via the cloud.
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