Tag: European Commission

Brexit: Good News Regarding Transfers of Personal Data from the EEA to the UK

What has happened? The draft UK-EU post-Brexit Trade Deal provides that transfers of data to the UK from EU Member States will not be treated as “restricted transfers” to a non-EU country for a period of up to six months from January 1, 2021. This will also apply to transfers to […]

Regulating Big Data – European Commission Introduces Data Governance Bill

The European Commission published on November 25, 2020 a proposal for a Regulation on European Data Governance, also dubbed the Data Governance Act. It is one of several incoming pieces of legislation proposed at the EU level (including the Digital Services Act, expected in early December) in order to accomplish […]

European Parliament Debates the Impact of Schrems 2 on EU-US Data Transfers

On 3 September 2020, the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (the LIBE Committee) held a debate with the EU Commission, the European Data Protection Board and Max Schrems himself to discuss the impact of the Court of Justice of the European Union judgment in the […]