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Definition Edit

Transborder data flow (also called cross-border data flow) is the flow of electronic data across political boundaries, such as between states or countries, a process which can cause legal conflicts, such as who owns a particular piece of information, and who may use it.

See also Edit

External resource Edit

  • W. Scott Blackmer, "Transborder Data Flows at Risk" (Feb. 20, 2012) (full-text).
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