UK urged to accept CJEU jurisdiction on data protection

The UK government should accept the jurisdiction of the EU’s highest court to rule on matters of data protection post-Brexit, a committee of MPs has urged.

Accepting the jurisdiction of the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) to shape data protection law in the UK could help the country retain an element of influence over how data protection law develops and is enforced in Europe post-Brexit, the Exiting the European Union (Brexit) Committee has suggested in a new report.

Source: Brexit: UK urged to accept CJEU jurisdiction on data protection

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