03/06/2020

New Statesman

UK to get EU adequacy agreement – also may lose it

University College London has published a study analysing issues raised by EU-U.S. commercial data flows, their history, and EU-U.K. data flows post-Brexit. The policy paper highlights that cross-border data transfers “underpin the modern, digital economy, and their preservation is of vital importance to business.” It reveals that the Schrems II will be a key case and that the EU will offer a data adequacy agreement to the UK, although it may be challenging to keep.   

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