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UK data protection after Brexit – UK government Statement of Intent contains few surprises

On the 7th August 2017, the UK’s Government Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport issued a Statement of Intent (the Statement) outlining its planned reforms of the UK’s data protection laws which are to be implemented by the Data Protection Bill (the Bill). The Statement anticipates the UK’s departure from the EU and makes … Continue reading

CJEU decision in Schrems: what businesses should do next

Data Protection Report - Norton Rose FulbrightThis week, the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) ruled that the EU-US Safe Harbor Decision is invalid in Case C-362/14 (the “Schrems” case).  This followed a similar opinion from its Advocate General, which also sets out the facts of the case. The decision will impact businesses that rely on the EU-US Safe Harbor … Continue reading

Schrems: Commission holds press conference on ECJ ruling invalidating the Commission’s Safe Harbor Decision

Data Protection Report - Norton Rose FulbrightAs discussed in our post earlier, in today’s ruling on Case C-362/14 (the so-called “Schrems” case), the European Court of Justice (ECJ) invalidated the EU Commission’s “US Safe Harbor” decision with immediate effect. In the meantime, the EU Commission held a press conference discussing the impact of the judgement.… Continue reading
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