EDPB publishes law enforcement directive data transfers guidelines

27/09/2023 | EDPB

The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) has recently adopted new guidelines on the transfer of personal data by competent authorities of EU member states to third-country authorities or international organisations under Article 37 of the Law Enforcement Directive (LED). 

The Guidelines on Art. 37 of the Law Enforcement Directive (LED) also clarify the legal standard for appropriate safeguards that competent authorities need to apply and the factors that need to be assessed in order to determine whether such safeguards exist. The EDPB states that the new guidelines will help ensure data transfers are carried out safely and lawfully while protecting the privacy and security of personal information.

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