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Daily Dashboard | An 'equilateral transfers triangle' for data transfers could be 'productive,' 'realistic' Related reading: Council of State to examine Belgian DPA reform bill

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Following the "Schrems II" case, the policy objective behind recent regulatory interpretations of the EU General Data Protection Regulation transfers restriction is to prevent third-country authorities' "excessive" access to EU residents' data. In this Privacy Perspectives, Dentons Of Counsel W. Kuan Hon asks whether an "equilateral transfers triangle" — of strong security, commitments against indiscriminate data disclosures and mutual cross-border enforcement — would be "more productive and realistic" than the narrow "zero-risk perspective."
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