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The UK will have to renegotiate data protection relationships with EEA countries

UK government says that at the end of the transitional period, the EEA agreement will no longer be applicable and the UK will seek a new arrangement with the EEA countries Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein.

The EU will start its assessment of the UK’s adequacy for international data transfers as soon as possible after Brexit. The UK is ready to start these assessments, the government says.

Source: The UK will have to renegotiate data protection relationships with EEA countries – Privacy Laws & Business

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