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    Tech companies fail to comply with new EU regulations on data sharing, survey finds

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    A survey conducted by Austrian privacy campaigner Max Schrems found most big technology companies were failing to comply with EU-imposed restrictions on transatlantic data transfers. In a poll of 33 mostly American companies, including Airbnb and Slack, Schrems’s digital rights group NOYB concluded that most companies either provided a “boilerplate answer” or answers that indicated they were not complying with the law. (The Logic, Reuters)

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