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When: 20 November 2015
Type: Webinar
Recently, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) issued its judgment in the closely watched Schrems case, declaring the “Safe Harbor” for transfer of personal data from the EU to the US invalid. In a one-two punch, the court also expressly conferred on national data protection authorities (DPAs) the right to independently investigate claims regarding transfer of EU citizens’ data to jurisdictions such as the U.S. that are not deemed to provide “adequate” security in compliance with the EU Privacy Directive 95/46/EC (EU Directive). This decision cannot be appealed. Thousands of U.S. organizations that relied on Safe Harbor to conduct business with the EU, or for intra-company data transfers, must now consider implementing alternatives. This webcast will evaluate options to companies as a result of the Safe Harbor invalidation. We will cover other factors: the European Commission’s General Data Protection Regulation will not become effective until 2018. click here for more information and to register

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