The European Commission released two draft decisions on the adequate protection of personal data by the U.K. If approved, the two decisions would ensure EU personal data can continue to flow freely to the U.K. IAPP Senior Westin Research Fellow Jetty Tielemans takes a closer look at the decisions. "The commission is keenly aware that 'the danger' for the EU data does not lie in the current U.K. privacy laws but in what those laws may look like in the future," Tielemans writes. "This explains why the commission limits the duration of the adequacy decision to four years."
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