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Experts have said that post-Brexit, not much will change, as the EU GDPR will require compliance from countries not in the EU.
The House of Lords EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee will question Matt Hancock, Minister of State for Digital and Culture, today on the European Union data protection package.
The EU’s data protection rules are comprised of the General Data Protection Regulation, the Data Protection Directive, the EU-US Privacy Shield and the EU-US Umbrella Agreement.
Once the UK leaves the EU, it will no longer be part of the EU-US Privacy Shield or the EU-US Umbrella Agreement and it is assumed the UK will be treated as a third country on all other data protection issues.
The purpose of this evidence session is to explore the Government’s views on the future arrangements for data sharing with the EU and the US whilst also identifying the key safeguards in the EU’s new data protection package, which is due to be implemented in the UK by 2018, that will ensure people’s fundamental rights will be protected.
The Committee is likely to ask Hancock:
Original article published here: https://www.scmagazineuk.com/minister-to-give-evidence-to-lords-committee-on-data-protection-after-brexit/article/634843/
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