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?
We were worried this was going to happen. So much so that we flagged it in our October newsletter. This is section 25 of the European Commission's current draft contingency plan for a no-deal Brexit: Personal data25 In the case of a no deal scenario, as of the withdrawal date, the transfer of personal data … Continue reading Well, there you go. We’re inadequate.