Tag Archives: Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs)

The UK’s ICO launches public consultation on new Standard Contractual Clauses

In our previous post here we discussed the ICO’s announcement that it is working on new Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) to facilitate transfers of personal data outside the UK. The new UK SCCs will be known as the UK’s International Data Transfer Agreement (IDTA). The ICO has now launched the public consultation on its IDTA … Continue Reading

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Catch up on our Tech Law Talks podcast series for practical observations on technology and data legal trends, from product and technology development to operational and compliance issues that practitioners encounter every day. What’s new in data protection in the EU It has been a busy few weeks in the EU for all things data … Continue Reading

DPC’s authority to inquire into the EU-U.S. data transfers confirmed by the Irish High Court

On 14th May 2021, the Irish High Court (High Court) dismissed a legal challenge brought against the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC) concerning its inquiry and a preliminary draft decision to suspend the EU-U.S. data transfers of personal data of an applicant organisation. Background These proceedings follow on from Schrems II decision of the Court … Continue Reading

ICO announces it is working on bespoke UK set of Standard Contractual Clauses

What is new? During the ICO’s Data Protection Practitioners’ Conference 2021 today, the ICO revealed that it is working on new Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) to facilitate transfers of personal data outside the UK. The ICO’s consultation on the new UK SCCs will take place this summer. This is a separate process to the new … Continue Reading
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