2020 has been quite a year for privacy — talk of negotiations between the European Commission and the US Department of Commerce are "intensifying" on a new data transfer mechanism. The UK has published its post-Brexit global data plans, while the European Commission's Data Act is impending. With Autumn fast approaching, trans-Atlantic ties face a formative moment regarding the direction of technology policy in the EU's capital. In this article, the IAPP look at the developments expected in the data protection community over the coming months from Brussels.
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