The decision by The Court of Justice of the European Union on 16 July marks a landmark case on the future of international data flows.
In the case known as Schrems II, which pitches privacy activist Max Schrems against Facebook, the CJEU will decide on the validity of outsourcing the processing of personal data to the United States and the use of data transfer mechanisms, such as Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) and BCRs (binding corporate rules).
This session brings together a panel of legal experts to discuss the outcome of the case, what the likely consequences are for organisations, and what they may need to do to comply.
- Tripti Dhar (Partner, Reina Legal LLP),
- Stewart Room (Partner, DWF), Christopher Schmidt (Data Privacy Specialist),
- Naureen Hussain (DPO, Virgin Media)