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Article 29 Working Party supports recognition of Processor BCRs in the Data Protection Regulation

In June, the Article 29 Working Party (‘Working Party’) wrote to the President of the European Commission, setting out its case for including a reference to Binding Corporate Rules for data processors (‘BCR-P’) in the forthcoming Data Protection Regulation. Binding Corporate Rules are one way in which data controllers or data processors in Europe can … Continue Reading

Article 29 Working Party proposes clauses for data transfers from EU processors to non-EU subprocessors

This post was also written by Matthew N. Peters. As is well-known, personal data is restricted from leaving the EEA. On 21 March, the EU’s Article 29 Working Party (the WP) issued draft ad hoc model clauses for data transfers from EU processors to non-EU subprocessors.  While not yet approved by the EC Commission, this … Continue Reading
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