The Challenges Faced by the Extraterritorial Scope of the General Data Protection Regulation

Author:Adèle Azzi
Position::LL.M. student at the London School of Economics
Pages:126-137
SUMMARY

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) imposes a significant burden of compliance on overseas businesses which process personal data of EU individuals. An impressive number of articles warns about the new risks incurred by data processors around the world; be they one of the Internet giants, or a non-EU company which dared to offer goods to EU consumers, or that had the idea to use cookies on its website to... (see full summary)


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