What’s happened? Schrems strikes again. We’re all going to have to find new ways to protect transfers of data to the US – or stop doing it. The ECJ today invalidated the Privacy Shield framework that was cobbled together in 2015 after the ECJ struck down Safe Habour in response to the original lawsuit Max … Continue reading Privacy Shield is dead. Now what?
Month: July 2020
Brexit: six months and counting
In the midst of a global pandemic it’s easy to lose sight of any other news stories. Especially when the story in question is not news, but olds. Brexit is, like, so pre-Covid. But Brexit is still happening, and hidden beneath it is a potential elephant trap for anyone in the UK who trades digitally with Europe. The transition … Continue reading Brexit: six months and counting