U.S. Companies Scrambling After EU Data Transfer Pact Dies

Jul.16 — Voice assistants like Siri and Alexa are at the center of a sweeping antitrust probe by the European Union amid the concerns the data from these devices could be used to keep a tight grip on the industry. This probe comes after the EU’s top court invalidated the data transfer pact known as the EU-US Privacy Shield which is sending thousands companies scrambling to figure out how they’ll be able to move data across the Atlantic. Bloomberg’s Dan Stoller reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”

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