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The 1995 EU Privacy Directive 95/46/EC provides that personal data of say, employees, to third countries, like the United States, may only be done with employee consent and only where the U.S. has ensured an adequate level of data protection. The EU itself can endorse a country’s compliance with data security. Some 4,410 U.S. companies doing business in the EU have long been familiar with the “safe harbor” under the Privacy Directive that permits ...

Introducing: the Fisher Phillips Privacy and Data Security Blog! Near and dear to us privacy practitioners, we seek to bring readers the latest and greatest privacy and data breach news as it affects the workplace and consumers worldwide. Please let us know if you have any questions and feel free to comment! Our first article follows:

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To begin our reporting we take the opportunity to highlight a growing issue for employers and ...

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