The New Order: UK Adequacy, Privacy Shield, and International Data Transfers
Following Brexit, there has been a lot of focus on the possibility of an adequacy decision in respect to the free flow of personal data from the EU to the UK. At the same time, the UK also needs to consider how it will approach international data flows in a post-Brexit world and whether it will also make adequacy decisions in respect of other countries.
This is set against a background of discussions between the US and the EU on a possible Privacy Shield 2.0 and continuing fallout from the Schrems II decision which requires international data transfer assessments to be carried out.
Join OneTrust DataGuidance, Sidley, and Government speakers as they analyze these issues and some of the latest developments on international data transfers. Key Takeaways will include:
– What is the latest on the UK Adequacy decision
– What is the risk of legal challenges in the event of a UK Adequacy decision
– How will the UK deal with international transfers in a post Brexit world – What are the odds of a new Privacy Shield 2.0 emerging post Schrems II