EU case could call entire framework for international data transfers into question

The EU’s highest court is being asked to consider whether one of the main methods used by businesses to move personal data out of the EU is legal.

The Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) is being asked 11 questions by the High Court in Ireland that could lead to it preventing businesses from relying on ‘model clauses’ to transfer personal data from the EU to ‘third’ countries, against what is provided for in EU data protection law.

Source: EU case could call entire framework for international data transfers into question

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