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GDPR-K in light of BREXIT

At the time of writing, when the UK leaves the European Union,  it will become a ‘third country’ under GDPR since in the absence of an ‘adequacy decision’ in it favour from the European Commission. This means that EU controllers in charge of personal data are likely to face some challenges when transferring those data to the UK as a matter of law. It is expected that the UK government will still seek to apply GDPR to UK companies. Find out more here

Updated on 11/09/2019

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