EDPB AND IRISH DPA SHARE INFORMATION NOTE REGARDING DATA TRANSFER TO UK
European Data Protection Board (“EDPB”) and the Irish Data Protection Authority (“DPA”) have published information note on data transfers under the GDPR to the United Kingdom after the transition period.
The EDPB states in its information note that the UK will no longer apply the GDPR to the processing of personal data and a separate legal framework regarding data protection will be in force. Therefore, the provisions of Chapter V GDPR that regulate a transfer of personal data to a third country are reminded and given in the information note.
Besides, the Irish DPA has shared question on several matters for data transfer to the UK after the transition period. In addition to the same reminders provided by the information note the EDPB shared, the Irish DPA also addresses the impact of the judgment of the Court of Justice in respect of Data Protection Commissioner v Facebook Ireland Ltd and Maximillian Schrems Case.
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