10 July 2018
We have a fresh batch of content on our Taylor Wessing Global Data Hub site which provides you with insight and guidance on data privacy issues.
The GDPR has not greatly changed the rules on exporting personal data from the EU to third countries but the data export environment has to contend with a number of problematic issues, not least of which are the future of data exports to the USA, and the position of the UK after Brexit. We look at the latest on the various available data export mechanisms and at what to include in a data transfer agreement.
Vin Bange looks at the impact of GDPR on Binding Corporate Rules.
Debbie Heywood looks at the future of model clauses in light of the latest CJEU reference.
Jean-David Behlow looks at the operation of the EU-US Privacy Shield and at ongoing challenges.
Debbie Heywood looks at the future of UK data imports and exports once the UK leaves the EU.
Lucy Lyons and Tamara Mackay-Temesy look at the data transfer agreements necessary when exporting personal data to third countries and what to include in them.