- In a blog post, the State Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information in Rhineland-Palatinate explains why German federal and state governments, as well as the European Data Protection Board, agree entities must examine the legal situation of third countries when transferring data using the European Commission's new standard contractual clauses.
- France's data protection authority, the Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés, published guidance for controllers on how to identify and process data transfers outside the European Union.
- The Hessian Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information covers the steps it is taking to implement the requirements from the "Schrems II" ruling.
- Euractiv.com reports on a study that found restricting data flows to Europe could lead to two trillion euros worth of economic damage by 2030.
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