The Schrems II case concerns a complaint that Facebook was not adequately protecting EU personal data when transferring and storing it in the US. Photo: BloombergThe Schrems II case concerns a complaint that Facebook was not adequately protecting EU personal data when transferring and storing it in the US. Photo: Bloomberg
The Schrems II case concerns a complaint that Facebook was not adequately protecting EU personal data when transferring and storing it in the US. Photo: Bloomberg
Carolyn Bigg
Opinion

Opinion

Carolyn Bigg

Why global data flow is under threat, and why Asia is in a strong position to benefit

  • Firms must now consider all international data flows, including commonplace activities such as CRM systems, cloud solutions, or even operating a global website
  • In Asia, data is commonly seen by much of the region’s population as something to be used as a force for good

The Schrems II case concerns a complaint that Facebook was not adequately protecting EU personal data when transferring and storing it in the US. Photo: BloombergThe Schrems II case concerns a complaint that Facebook was not adequately protecting EU personal data when transferring and storing it in the US. Photo: Bloomberg
The Schrems II case concerns a complaint that Facebook was not adequately protecting EU personal data when transferring and storing it in the US. Photo: Bloomberg
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