The UK's International Data Transfer Agreement: what it is and what it means for you

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On 21 March 2022, the UK's International Data Transfer Agreement came into force, along with an Addendum. I've written about the International Data Transfer Agreement before and, bluntly, I wasn't Read more

The UK's International Data Transfer Agreement: is this the ICO's worst document yet?

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If you've been involved in transfers of personal data to third countries under the GDPR, you'll probably be familiar with the long-standing standard contract clauses. And you may be familiar with the Read more

The UK is adequate (for data protection purposes)

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The long-running saga as to whether the United Kingdom will be considered "adequate" from a data protection point of view has reached an important, and probably welcome to many, point: today, the Read more

The new standard contract clauses: what you need to know right now

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The European Commission has published a new set of standard contract clauses. They're also in the Official Journal, as of 7 June 2021. If you are subject to the GDPR and you are involved — whether Read more