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The EDPB’s Draft Data Transfer Guidance Following Schrems II – A Close Look

The EDPB takes a strict approach in its recent guidance on international data transfers following Schrems II, posing a difficult challenge for businesses. By Gail Crawford, Ian Felstead, Fiona Maclean, Serrin Turner, Tim Wybitul, Victoria Wan and Amy Smyth On 10 November, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) released its much anticipated draft guidance on … Continue Reading

Swiss Regulator Determines Swiss-US Privacy Shield Is Inadequate

Swiss companies are advised to take additional measures when transferring personal data from Switzerland to the US. By Gail E. Crawford, Fiona M. Maclean, and Amy Smyth On 8 September 2020, the Swiss data protection authority, Adrian Lobsiger (the Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner, FDPIC), concluded in his annual review that the Swiss-US Privacy … Continue Reading

Practical Considerations for Assessing Data Transfers after Schrems II

Latham develops new resource to identify considerations for assessing SCC and BCR data transfers in Europe. By Gail E. Crawford, Fiona M. Maclean, Michael H. Rubin, Serrin Turner, Tim Wybitul, and Ulrich Wuermeling Following the Schrems II decision in July 2020, organisations relying on the standard contractual clauses (SCCs) or Binding Corporate Rules (BCRs) to … Continue Reading

Schrems Strikes Again? The Future of EU Standard Contractual Clauses

By Gail Crawford and Calum Docherty On October 3, 2017, the Irish High Court announced that it will make a reference to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) for a preliminary ruling on the validity of the Standard Contractual Clauses, which allow companies in the European Economic Area (EEA) to transfer personal data … Continue Reading

DIFC in Dubai Says Transfer to US Cannot Rely on Safe Harbor

By Brian Meenagh On October 26, 2015, Raja Al Mazrouei, the Commissioner for Data Protection for the Dubai International Financial Centre (the DIFC), issued guidance on the adequacy of US Safe Harbor for the purpose of exporting personal data from the DIFC. The guidance is significant for organisations that transfer personal data from the DIFC to the … Continue Reading
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