The Office of the Data Protection Authority has announced that it will begin reassessing the adequacy of data protection in the Bailiwick upon the request of the European Commission. The Bailiwick, which is the self-governing island territory off the coast of Great Britain, was previously among 13 non-EU jurisdictions that were recognized for their adequate data protection as it relates to EU General Data Protection Regulation standards. The review was necessitated when the Bailiwick was found to be grandfathered into GDPR standards, meaning compliance was not assured. A detailed adequacy report will be filed with the commission early this month.
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