Autoren

Debbie Heywood

Senior Professional Support Lawyer

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Vinod Bange

Partner

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Dr. Axel Frhr. von dem Bussche, LL.M. (LSE)

Partner

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Dr. Paul Voigt, Lic. en Derecho, CIPP/E

Partner

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Philipp Koehler

Salary Partner

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Aaron Banki

Associate

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Autoren

Debbie Heywood

Senior Professional Support Lawyer

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Vinod Bange

Partner

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Dr. Axel Frhr. von dem Bussche, LL.M. (LSE)

Partner

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Dr. Paul Voigt, Lic. en Derecho, CIPP/E

Partner

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Philipp Koehler

Salary Partner

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Aaron Banki

Associate

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9. Oktober 2020

Global Data Hub – 5 von 11 Insights

Global Data Hub - Data transfers after Schrems II and Brexit transition

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Data transfers are at the top of the privacy agenda in the aftermath of the Schrems II decision and in the run up to the end of the Brexit transition period. We look at the future of US data transfers, as well as at what businesses need to do to keep data flowing across borders from 1 January 2021.

Schrems II – what next for data transfers?

Vin Bange and Debbie Heywood look at the impact of the Schrems II decision on the future of international data transfers, particularly from the EEA and the UK to the USA.

Data flows to and from the UK after the end of Brexit transition

Debbie Heywood looks at the impact of the end of the Brexit transition period on data transfers to and from the UK.

The future of Binding Corporate Rules after Schrems II and in light of Brexit

Jean-David Behlow re-examines the benefits of BCRs in the aftermath of Schrems II and ahead of the end of the Brexit transition period.

Brexit data protection checklist

A checklist for UK-based companies engaged in cross-border processing.

GDPR EU Representatives – for companies without EU establishments

Axel von dem Bussche and Paul Voigt look at the requirement on non-EU established organisations to appoint an EU representative under the GDPR.

Regulator reactions to the Schrems II judgment

Phillip Koeler and Aaron Banki provide an overview of the current status of reactions and statements by European supervisory authorities and institutions to the Schrems II judgment.

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Datenschutz & Cyber-Sicherheit

Global Data Hub – Data breaches

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von Debbie Heywood

Datenschutz & Cyber-Sicherheit

Global Data Hub – Data exports

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von Debbie Heywood

Datenschutz & Cyber-Sicherheit

Global Data Hub – UK and EU data policy

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von Mehrere Autoren

Datenschutz & Cyber-Sicherheit

Global Data Hub - Health data

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von Mehrere Autoren

Datenschutz & Cyber-Sicherheit

Global Data Hub - Data transfers after Schrems II and Brexit transition

Quick read

von Mehrere Autoren

Datenschutz & Cyber-Sicherheit

Global Data Hub - International update

von Debbie Heywood

Datenschutz & Cyber-Sicherheit

Global Data Hub - Children

von Mehrere Autoren

Datenschutz & Cyber-Sicherheit

Global Data Hub - life sciences

von Mehrere Autoren

Datenschutz & Cyber-Sicherheit

Global Data Hub - Data protection by design and default

von Mehrere Autoren

Datenschutz & Cyber-Sicherheit

Global Data Hub – HR data: an update

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