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Managing the flow of data from regional offices, business partners, and customers around the world is a vital component to effectively conduct business with any big multinational company (MNC). Advances in the Internet have allowed companies to more quickly collect accurate data to better coordinate and integrate all geographically dispersed subsidiaries (Sambharya, & Phatak 1990). Managing Trans-border Data Flows introduces several complicated restrictions that corporations must address, which will be discussed within this paper. In addition this paper will appear into the significant challenges in handling global telecommunications network and what companies can do to handle international data communications (IDC). Restrictions of Trans-Border Data Flows and the Way to Deal with those Restrictions Trans-border Data Flows (TDF) is the procedure to move machine-readable data across national boundaries using electronic means for the purpose of storage and processing (Sambharya, & Phatak 1990). Restrictions with TDF can be divided into three main areas: privacy protection, economic issues and national sovereignty considerations (Waples & Norris 1992). Privacy Protection Many countries enacted privacy protection laws in the 1970s to protect citizens from the growing ability to store and process personal data (Waples & Norris 1992). These privacy laws can cause major issues with MNCs especially when dealing with sensitive payroll information of workers in different countries. To help in dealing with this issue the Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) published voluntary guidelines on personal privacy protection and TDF (Waples & Norris 1992). These guidelines addressed: Collection of personal data, security safegu...