The Schrems II ruling in July 2020 had a significant impact on transfers of EU personal data to the US and other third countries. Organisations that make such transfers should review them to ensure they are still lawful, and to implement any changes necessary to remain compliant.
Read this paper to discover:
- What the Schrems II ruling is, and how it affects international transfers of personal data under the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation);
- The impact of the ruling on UK organisations;
- How to evaluate personal data transfers to ensure compliance with the GDPR; and
- Practical alternatives for affected transfers.