EU Releases Draft Decision on UK Data Privacy Standards

Since the start of 2021, post-Brexit data relationships between the European Union and the United Kingdom have been governed by The EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement, which established a 4-6 month temporary period where data could flow freely between the two jurisdictions.  Beyond that, the future was unclear. The grace period could have been extended…
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A Guide to New Draft SCCs–and the EDPB’s Response

Ever since the EU-US Privacy Shield was struck down in Schrems 2.o, companies have been scrambling to figure out how to safely transfer data in and out of the EU while remaining compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). At this point, the general consensus is that transfers from the EU should only be…
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2020 News in Review

Week Ending December 28  ICO Warns SolarWinds Victims to Report Breaches  The United Kingdom’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has issued a warning to organizations compromised by the SolarWinds breach. The breach, which was carried out by Russian hackers, affected more than 18000 organizations worldwide. ICO requires UK data controllers subject to NIS regulations to report…
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Privacy Shield

A New Framework for a Post-Privacy Shield Era

Since the Schrems 2.0 case ended the EU-US Privacy Shield agreement, the companies that relied on the framework to transfer data between Europe and the U.S. have been left wondering what to do next. Can companies still rely on Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) for data transfers? If not, what alternatives do they have? The European…
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