(Bloomberg) -- When consumers across the European Union go shopping online, their credit-card details and other personal information often zip across borders to giant data centers in the U.K.

Telecommunications and technology companies, worried that the country’s vote to leave the EU could block digital traffic and stifle a fast-growing part of the British economy, are urging the U.K. government to negotiate a Brexit deal that keeps Internet borders open.

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