Data transfers based on zero trust, not zero risk

23/11/2022 | IAPP

Post Schrems II, the world of international data transfers is still a minefield. While the objective behind the Court of Justice of the European Union's (CJEU) interpretation of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was to prevent excessive access to EU citizens' personal data by third-country authorities, in practical terms, access to intelligible data matters more than its physical location. Is it desirable to seek a globalised world where data flows across, or as the article writes, " is the true aim deglobalisation and to retreat and raise drawbridges?" Or is the reality that data will flow anyway. 

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