Digital Bridge: Transatlantic competition — Washington’s privacy plan — Microsoft lobbying – POLITICO

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< p> — The Oughout. S. wants to overturn a global data status quo. < /p> < p> WASHINGTON’S INTEND TO REWRITE GLOBAL DATA RULESIT’S NO SECRET that Oughout. S. officials aren’t enthusiasts of how global data security standards work. < /p> < p> That allows European countries, and not the U. T., to decide which countries possess so-called adequacy, or the right to move EU data for their own jurisdictions. < /p> < p> The Oughout. S. -led drive to produce a rival global data security standard is already running straight into trouble. < /p> < p> In its adequacy contract with Japan, for instance, the particular EU made it clear that will CBPRs were not good enough to maintain EU data safe. < /p>

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