International Corporate Compliance, Second Edition
Elgar Practical Guides
Chapter 3: International data transfers
If your company does not collect, use or process any personal data from other countries, you can skip this Chapter or save it for later. But, most companies do, either because they have employees, customers, suppliers or other business partners in other jurisdictions, or because their customers, suppliers or other business partners do. If so, you will probably have to select and implement specific compliance mechanisms – either because your foreign business partners demand this or because you are responsible for the compliance status of the foreign entities (e.g., because they are your company’s subsidiaries). Then, the considerations set forth in this Section will need to be taken into account. In practice, companies tend to agonize over this quite a bit, particularly with respect to European data protection law requirements. That is why the topic receives its own Chapter.
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