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Europe tell you had company no more easy data transfers to America starting Tuesday the EU top court struck down an agreement called me harbor not have allowed four thousand some companies ranging from United Airlines to Google to transfer information on European customers you S. privacy accord the big concern Reuters reporter god mean apple tablet in San Francisco I wanna companies including faith not had contractual partners where they basically trying , they will abide , it can also be getting , find that to be able to transfer their data , well there there are various mechanisms in place for the country and they'll find other ways to get back to their U. S. , you enter companies impacted can blame to men for the trouble Edward Snowden's revelation of new being brought you err bright worried many Europeans about the security of their data and that prompted Austrian law student background to take legal action in Ireland where they let hadn't European headquarters he wanted his data to stay in Europe which had stricter privacy laws to Kate found its way to Europe prop court eventually prompting the inconvenient ruling