A look at data transfers under different data protection regulations

Organizations are subject to different regulations to protect personal data that they communicate to overseas recipients for various reasons, including the development of business operations, business relationships or the availability of service providers in third countries.

With the EU General Data Protection Regulation, organizations can make international personal data transfer decisions, in the absence of an adequate level decision pursuant to Article 45, using binding corporate rules, standard contractual clauses approved by the European Commission, and contractual clauses authorized from each supervisory authority in concrete cases (Article 46), among other mechanisms.

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