European Court of Justice Privacy Shield legal opinion to be published on Thursday

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ECJ advocate general also considering whether EU's standard contractual clauses provide sufficient protection for European consumers

The legality of tools used by Facebook and other tech firms to transfer European customers' personal data abroad will become clearer this week when an adviser to the European Court of Justice (ECJ)...

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