Processing data in a post-Brexit world

The physical movement of goods and people across EU borders post-March 2019 is quite rightfully attracting much attention. Whilst these concerns are undoubtedly valid (British consumers are likely to face raised prices on imported goods and long queues at the borders, whilst exporters can expect tariff increases and more stringent customs controls leading to delays), in a world where data is coin of the realm, it seems prudent to consider Brexit’s impact on the digital economy.

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