A recent article in The Privacy Advisor wondered: What will happen to BCRs approved through the U.K.'s Information Commissioner's Office post-Brexit? Might they be totally invalidated? This caused something of a stir in some circles, and the ICO's office today responded with clear guidance: "It’s important to note that no BCR authorisation will be cancelled because of Brexit. The ICO will continue to work together with other European data protection authorities for international transfers to be achieved and to ensure that the ICO’s leading expertise in BCR is continually available to the international controller and processor community." Get other questions answered, as well, in this post from Deputy ICO James Dipple-Johnstone.
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