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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



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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