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Daily Dashboard | Why Data Localization Is a Bad Idea Related reading: EDPB adopts opinions on draft UK adequacy decision

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As the Internet continues to grow around the world, several countries have toyed with, or even passed, data localization laws, the most well-known case being Russia’s law, which goes into effect this September. "While data localization has most recently and dramatically come to prominence in the form of Russian data localization legislation, at bottom it is a global issue,” writes Hunton & Williams Partner Manuel Maisog. In this post for Privacy Perspectives, Maisog discusses a recent American Chamber of Commerce report on data flows between the U.S. and China, and how data localization laws could have detrimental effects not only on data flows and information security but on innovation in China as well.
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