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Daily Dashboard | Considerations for Article 49 derogations after 'Schrems II' Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Europe Managing Director, 25 Sept. 2020

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The "Schrems II" judgment does not lead to significant negative implications for companies relying on the derogations the EU General Data Protection Regulation provides for international data transfers through Article 49. However, there are some data privacy considerations that companies must consider before relying on those derogations. In this sixth post in a series of guidance notes on what the "Schrems II" ruling means for specific stakeholders, Baker McKenzie's Florian Tannen and Brandon Moseberry analyze how the decision affects those companies employing derogations.
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