With a new U.S. presidential administration on the horizon, there are a lot of uncertainties for what it will mean for privacy and data protection. Many in the U.S. are considering what it will mean for domestic privacy regulation, but the rest of the world is watching closely as well. For example, what will a Trump administration mean for trans-border data flows? More specifically, Hogan Lovells consultant Quentin Archer asks "whether a Trump presidency poses any significant risks to the security" of millions of Europeans' data stored by U.S. corporations. In this post for Privacy Perspectives, Archer shares his thoughts on what this change will mean and what might be in store for the future of global data flows.
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