Europe is more than just the European Union and most nations in Europe outside of the European Economic Area (EEA) have their own privacy regimes, not all of which align neatly with the GDPR. In this second installment of our series on non-E.U. privacy laws, we cover Morrison & Foerster partner Miriam H. Wugmeister and counsel Marian A. Waldmann’s analysis of the laws in Belarus, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey and Ukraine. The first part covered the non-EEA privacy law landscape. See our two-part interview with Irish Data Protection Commissioner Helen Dixon: “GDPR Enforcement Hurdles One Year In” (May 29, 2019); and “Breach Notification, the Role of the DPO and a U.S. Privacy Law” (Jun. 5, 2019).