Data lines often use common mode chokes to supress noise. Common mode chokes contain very litte leakage inductance which provides a small amount of differential filtering when used with a very small differential capacitor and the common mode inductance has very little effect on the actual data signal. You can evaluate common mode effectiveness by winding the data lines around a ferrite.
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