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Daily Dashboard | German DPAs To Investigate Data Transfers Related reading: Perspective: OneTrust acquires Privacy Core

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German data protection authorities (DPAs) have announced they will investigate “data transfers from the European Union to the U.S.” with particular focus on companies such as Facebook and Google, The Hill reports. "Anyone who wants to remain untouched by the legal and political implications of the judgement should in the future consider storing personal data only on servers within the European Union,” said Johannes Caspar, Hamburg’s data protection commissioner. A position paper Hamburg’s DPA published with other state regulators indicates it “will block any data transfers they discover are relying on Safe Harbor for their legal justification,” PCWorld reports.
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