Why do the EU and the US find it so difficult to find common ground when it comes to the protection of personal data? Does Canada offer a plausible balance?

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Stephan Grynwajc is admitted as a lawyer in the EU, the UK, the US and Canada, having worked as a privacy practitioner and DPO in both Europe and North America for the last 20 years. His own law firm offers external DPO services to EU/UK and US/Canada-based companies. Stephan is also a partner specialized in international privacy at Outside GC, a bicoastal US law firm.

Stephan publishes regularly on various privacy topics, including for the IAPP Privacy Advisor. He is also an Adjunct Professor on privacy and data protection at various universities.


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