During its 42nd plenary meeting last week, the European Data Protection Board examined the European Commission's two new drafts for standard contractual clauses, which cover controller-to-processor contracts and international data transfers. EDPB Chair Andrea Jelinek welcomed the updates as "an important piece of the puzzle," while noting how the recommendations on supplementary measures are still important. The EDPB also announced the public consultation for the supplementary measures has been extended to 21st December. Additionally, the EDPB issued a statement regarding its position on and concerns for an ePrivacy Regulation agreement.
UPDATE: 04/01/21 - 42nd plenary session adopted documents:
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