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Europe Data Protection Digest | Guidance notes for how to proceed in a post-'Schrems II' world Related reading: Mixed messaging around progress toward EU-US data transfer solution

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Law practitioners from law firm Baker McKenzie have begun a series of guidance notes on what the “Schrems II” decision means for specific stakeholders that relied on EU-U.S. Privacy Shield. Here's a rundown of what's been published thus far:

  • Brian Hengesbaugh outlines the next steps for U.S. organizations participating in Privacy Shield.
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  • Francesca Gaudino and Michael Egan discuss the new obligations and practical implications for data exporters and importers.
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  • Amy de La Lama, CIPP/US, and Joanna de Fonseka, CIPP/E, outline initial steps companies transferring data to and from the U.K. should consider at this stage.
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  • Harry Valetk, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM, and Julia Kaufmann, CIPP/E, discuss how companies should now approach assessments of data protection and proper safeguards for controller-to-controller standard contractual clauses.
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  • Lukas Feiler, CIPP/E, and Wouter Seinen dive into the future for binding corporate rules from legality and viability standpoints.
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  • Florian Tannen and Brandon Moseberry take a look at what the decision means for companies that rely on derogations.
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