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Court Demands Data From Overseas Despite Foreign Data Protection Law

1 March 2010
Mayer Brown Article
Many foreign countries have enacted privacy laws and ‘‘blocking’’ statutes that limit the disclosure of personal data and other information maintained within their borders. Violation of these statutes can result in fines, civil penalties and, in some countries, criminal sanctions.
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