UK’s DPA Clarifies Position in Respect of International Transfers Under the GDPR

The UK’s supervisory authority for data protection, the Information Commissioner’s Office (“ICO“), has published guidance in relation to international transfers under the GDPR. Of particular interest is the ICO’s stated position that a transfer of personal data to a non-EEA data importer does not constitute a restricted transfer in cases where the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR“) applies directly to the processing which will be undertaken by that data importer.

Source: Uk: Ico Clarifies Position In Respect Of International Transfers Under The Gdpr

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