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Brexit Updated: EU Set to Publish UK Adequacy Decision

In a draft adequacy decision, reported to have been seen by the Financial Times (FT), the European Commission (the “Commission”) is set to allow the continued free flow of data between the EU and UK, after confirming that the UK offers an adequate level of protection for personal data, pursuant to Article 45 of the … Continue Reading

Brexit Updated: Interim Deal Reached on EU-UK Data Transfers

On 24th December 2020, the UK and the EU finally agreed on the terms of a Brexit deal, including an interim solution to the issue of personal data transfers from the EU to the UK.  This interim arrangement gives some much-needed breathing space to European organizations with UK affiliates or that use UK service providers, … Continue Reading

How Might a No-Deal Brexit Impact Your Organisation’s Data Protection Obligations?

The UK Parliament has today, 15th January 2019, rejected the Government’s Brexit withdrawal agreement with the EU. This turn of events, which was widely anticipated, increases the prospect of a no deal Brexit, i.e. a break-up without a divorce settlement. According to law, the UK will leave the EU on 29th March 2019 with no … Continue Reading
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