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EU Businesses Are Required To Appoint a UK Representative In a ‘no deal’ BREXIT Scenario

EU Businesses Are Required To Appoint a UK Representative In a ‘no deal’ BREXIT Scenario

Businesses based in mainland Europe may need to appoint a UK-based representative to handle data protection matters on their behalf from  December  31 2020. The UK government confirmed. that some non-UK data controllers will be obliged to appoint a UK-based representative under new data protection regulations being prepared for a potential ‘no deal’ Brexit.The UK regulations, which …

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Brexit and the UK Data Protection Law 2020 and Beyond

Brexit and the UK Data Protection Law 2020 and Beyond

The UK data protection law and Brexit The UK government’s general election victory on 12 December 2019 means parliament will now  pass the  European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill. Brexit will, therefore, finally go ahead on 31 January 2020. Now that the withdrawal agreement has been passed by parliament, the government will have until 31 December …

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Brexit GDPR Transfer mechanisms Preparations and key steps to take now

Brexit GDPR Transfer mechanisms Preparations and key steps to take now

GDPR and Brexit: Transfer Mechanisms The free flow of personal data within the EU, governed by the GDPR brings the necessary freedom to organisations to drive all aspects of their business operations. The impact of a ‘no deal’ Brexit on this flow of information to and from the UK requires organisations to consider alternative transfer …

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