MEMORANDUM. THE CLOUD ACT
News Published 14 juni 2019
Synch Advokat AB have been asked by the American Chamber of Commerce in Sweden to prepare a memorandum on the CLOUD Act in order to explain and clarify the meaning and consequences of the same.
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For further information, please contact Jim Runsten, CEO. Synch Advokat AB.
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