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Daily Dashboard | Can Data Protection Survive If the EU Breaks Up? Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Europe Managing Director, 20 October 2017

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“There is a widespread belief that ‘the world is flat,’ national borders don’t matter anymore and data processing is inexorably becoming more globalized,” writes Wilson Sonsini’s Christopher Kuner. “However, in Europe, the forces of Euroskepticism and nationalism are throwing these beliefs into question.” In this post for Privacy Perspectives, Kuner discusses the potential data protection implications from news that both Scotland and Catalonia are holding referendums on whether to break from the UK and Spain, respectively, and UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s comments on whether the UK should break from the EU.
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