Standard contractual clauses have become an essential tool for facilitating cross-border data transfers. A team of legal experts from Squire Patton Boggs has compared SCCs in different regions, including the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, China, and the EU, focusing on their main characteristics. The team analysed the key elements of each region's SCCs, such as data protection, liability, and dispute resolution. Their insights provide valuable guidance for companies engaged in cross-border data transfers.
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