Privacy: European supervisors publish instructions for data transfers after no-deal Brexit

Mr R. (Ramses) de Leeuw  I  4 March 2019  I  Reading time: less than 1 minute

A few months ago, we wrote in an article how you can prepare your company for a no-deal Brexit, also in the field of data protection. Last month, European privacy supervisors, gathered in the European Data Protection Board (EDPB), provided an easy-to-read explanation of the transfer of personal data to the UK in the case of a no-deal Brexit. Without delay, in the case of a no-deal Brexit, this transfer will not be allowed without further measures from 30 March 2019 (with a few exceptional situations).

Download here the document in which the European supervisors outline how you can prepare your company for this.

If you have any questions about this subject, please feel free to contact Mr R. (Roel) Slotboom or Mr R. (Ramses) de Leeuw.

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