In Part 2 of this two part Briefing, Kim Walker from Shakespeare Martineau explains the regulation of data transfers between the UK and the EU during and after the Brexit Transition Period which is due to last until 31 December 2020, and the provisions of the Withdrawal Agreement covering what happens at the end of the Transition Period to EU data “stranded” in the UK when Transition ends. Whose laws apply to it? He also makes some recommendations in case new arrangements on data processing are not concluded by the end of the Transition Period and no adequacy decision is made by the European Commission. In Part 1 of this Briefing, Kim explained what Brexit means for the processing of personal data in the UK during the Transition Period, including the laws that apply during Transition and the changing role of the UK’s supervisory body, the ICO, during and after this period.
The use of tracking technologies became fundamental in the internet society. However, these technologies are still regulated in different ways across Europe. Is the GDPR helping in the harmonization process? Will the E-privacy Regulation play a fundamental role on this regard?
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On Thursday 30 July 2020 PrivacyRules hosted a LIVE webinar on how airports and travel hubs can test passengers for potential pandemic symptoms and use their data. Learn more on this topic with the PrivacyRules experts Geert Somers from Timelex (Belgium) and Kim Walker from Shakespeare Martineau (UK) and our three guest speakers:
- Holly Jubb, DPO of the Gatwick Airport
- Marja Lubbers, DPO of the Brussels Airport
- Stevan Stanojevic LLM, CIPM, Group Data Privacy Manager of Etihad Aviation Group