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Daily Dashboard | How the 'Schrems II' ruling could impact Australia Related reading: Capital One agrees to pay $80M fine over 2019 data breach

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The Conversation looks at the impact the Court of Justice of the European Union's "Schrems II" ruling could have on Australian data flows with the EU. As Australia does not have adequacy standing with the EU, the country has had to rely on standard contractual clauses to receive European data. The CJEU's decision that ensures proper protections are in place when SCCs are used with third countries may force Australia to examine its own privacy laws and stop data transfers in certain situations.
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