“In our modern, interconnected global economy, being compliant with one’s ‘home’ jurisdiction is not sufficient. It is equally important to consider whether an organization has through its deliberate activities or its relationships with other organizations become subject to the laws of foreign states,” writes Timothy Banks of Dentons Canada in this Privacy Tracker blog post. Companies can become subject to the laws of other jurisdictions in a number of ways. Using specific examples, Banks explores some of those ways. (IAPP member login required.)
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