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Our international data protection team has developed a simple to use online tool to help you identify the data transfer solution that best fits your organisation’s requirements.
EU data protection law prohibits the transfer of personal data to countries or territories outside the EEA unless they are considered to provide adequate protection. There are different ways to achieve adequacy. Depending on factors including the country to which the data is being exported, and the relationship between the exporter and importer, a variety of data transfer solutions may be available. By answering a few straightforward questions,
Taylor Wessing’s data assessment tool will provide you with a provisional selection of available data transfer solutions. Our data export report will outline the pros and cons where you have more than one option, and help you towards the next steps.
By answering a few simple questions, Taylor Wessing’s data transfer assessment tool will provide you with a provisional selection of available data transfer solutions. Our data export report will outline the pros and cons where you have more than one option, and help you towards the next steps. Enter your details below to start the assessment.
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Please note, this tool is intended to provide a high level overview of possible data transfer requirements and solutions. It is not intended to be relied on as legal advice which you should seek separately. By entering your information into this tool you are confirming that you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions.
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