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EU Privacy Chiefs Update Guide for Countries Seeking Privacy OK

Bloomberg Law

12 Dec 2017

According to partner Alex van der Wolk in the Bloomberg Law article “EU Privacy Chiefs Update Guide for Countries Seeking Privacy OK,” the newly issued guidance on how countries outside the European Union can qualify as having privacy laws adequate to accept data transfers raises the standards of adequacy findings.

“What is clear is that the guidance seeks to raise the bar with regard to adequacy findings, in that new adequacy findings will have to adhere to a GDPR level standard,” he said.

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