As 2022 draws to a close, the international data transfer landscape from Europe continues to be dynamic, with anticipated updates including a further milestone on the Transatlantic Data Privacy Framework (“Framework”) for EU to U.S. data transfers, a new set of model clauses for data transfers to non-EU data importers who are already within the scope of the GDPR, and continued developments in cookie monitoring and enforcement.Continue Reading What Do EU Data Transfers Have In Common with the Holidays? It’s All About the Clauses
Today RopesDataPhiles brings you thoughts from across the pond, with an update on the UK Information Commissioner’s international data transfer agreement and its supporting documentation.
Some days it all comes together. The sun’s shining in London for what feels like the first time in months. One of the kids is going on a week-long school trip. And just when you think it can’t get any better, you remember that the UK Information Commissioner’s international data transfer agreement and its supporting documentation have come into effect, following a period of Parliamentary approval.
As of Monday, 21 March, organisations transferring personal data from the UK have a range of options for papering those transfers. As you’ll see, it’s going to feel much like the pick ‘n’ mix you get at the cinema, only without the intense initial rush followed by a crippling sense of doom when you realise what’s ahead. Or maybe it’s exactly like that.Continue Reading The IDTAs of March