Europe’s top court deals a blow to Facebook and other tech companies
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The European Court of Justice struck down an existing EU-U.S. data transfer mechanism over privacy concerns. China's economy has avoided a recession. How can the venture capital world tackle its diversity problem?
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The European Court of Justice struck down a data-transfer mechanism between the EU and U.S.
The ruling from Europe's top court deals a blow to Facebook and other companies who use the so-called Privacy Shield to transfer data across the Atlantic. The BBC's Dave Molloy is on the story.
China, which has the world's second-biggest economy, avoided a recession with GDP growth in the second quarter
The BBC's Mariko Oi reports.
Venture capital has a diversity problem
The BBC's Manuela Saragosa has more.
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