The dotted line has been signed and the new EU-US data transfer framework is nearly over the line. The stress of transatlantic data transfers is finally over… or is it?
Replacing Privacy Shield has been a long and complicated process, apparently accelerated by the war in Ukraine and several concessions from the negotiators. But with Max Schrems already declaring his intention to challenge the new agreement, will EU and US data controllers ever truly be out of limbo?
This session will examine the new data transfer framework’s strengths and weaknesses, consider whether the adequacy decision is likely to stand up in court, and explore what action businesses can take to prepare for its failure.