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Europe Data Protection Digest | Baroness Neville-Rolfe: Post-Brexit, GDPR may not apply in UK
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The U.K. minister in charge of data protection, Baroness Neville-Rolfe, recently said that as a result of the U.K. referendum to leave the EU, the General Data Protection Regulation may not apply in the U.K., Out-Law.com reports. Neville-Rolfe said, “We do not know how closely the U.K. will be involved with the EU system in the future … On the one hand, if the U.K. remains within the single market, EU rules on data might continue to apply fully in the U.K. On other scenarios, we will need to replace all EU rules with national ones. Currently it seems unlikely we will know the answer to these questions before the withdrawal negotiations get underway.” Editor’s Note: The IAPP recently hosted a podcast on the privacy implications of the Brexit vote.
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