What does the newly signed ‘Convention 108+’ mean for UK adequacy?

The Council of Europe Convention for the Protection of Individuals with regard to Automatic Processing of Personal Data (Convention 108) has been given an overhaul to bring it into line with the General Data Protection Regulation. While Convention 108 is not an EU document, the European Commission sees the protocol as a way of encouraging “third countries” to adopt the basic tenets of the GDPR. This could be particularly interesting for the U.K., which will become a third country after Brexit.

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