Data adequacy: Doubts cast on UK’s commitment to privacy protection

Adam Bowering, Policy Adviser in the European Parliament, discusses the European Parliament’s objection to the UK being granted data adequacy and what this means for the future of data transfers in the long-term. Almost two weeks ago, the European Parliament took the step of objecting to the European Commission’s decision to grant the UK data adequacy. Far from being a reactionary move against a former member state, the … Continue reading Data adequacy: Doubts cast on UK’s commitment to privacy protection

European Institute report: UK firms face hefty compliance costs without EU data deal

This post was originally published on EURACTIV by Benjamin Fox. It details the findings of a new European Institute report, published with the New Economics Foundation, on the economic impacts of the UK failing to secure an EU data adequacy decision in the Brexit negotiations. Read the full report here, by authors: Oliver Patel – Research Associate, UCL European Institute Duncan McCann – Senior Researcher, New Economics Foundation … Continue reading European Institute report: UK firms face hefty compliance costs without EU data deal