Ensuring the protection of data about European citizens transferred to the United States just became mildly to a whole lot more complicated. The Court of Justice of the European Union last week invalidated the Privacy Shield framework in use by more than 5,000 companies, including approximately 16 U.S.-based travel management companies. It found that the framework did not adequately protect individuals' privacy in the face of U.S. national security practices that could force firms to provide data to authorities . . .