The New Data Economy

How data residency laws can harm privacy, commerce and innovation - and do little for national security

Outdated data residency laws threaten impede companies’ ability to do business. Image: Photo by Fabrizio Chiagano on Unsplash

Lothar Determann

Partner, Baker McKenzie and Adjunct Professor, Free University Berlin; University of California, Hastings College of the Law; Lecturer, Berkeley School of Law

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Lothar Determann, Partner, Baker McKenzie

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