EU adopts adequacy decision with South Korea

20/12/2021 | European Commission

European Commissioner for Justice Didier Reynders and South Korea Personal Information Protection Commission Chair Yoon Jong In have formally announced an adequacy agreement between the EU and South Korea for transfers of personal data. The adoption process began in June and included a review from the European Data Protection Board. The European Commission also published a question-and-answer document explaining how it reaches adequacy agreements in general and detailed specifics of the pact with South Korea. 

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