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Europe Data Protection Digest | Ireland advises companies on post-Brexit data transfers Related reading: Privacy in US Law Schools: An IAPP Westin Center Report

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As a Brexit agreement looms over the EU, Ireland is offering advice for companies storing personal data in the U.K. or in a U.K.-based cloud service. In a news release, the Irish government said it is working with fellow EU members on solidifying protections for post-Brexit data transfers to and from the U.K. Irish companies need to review protections on transfers for such data as mailing lists featuring U.K.-based clients and employee data with U.K.-based payroll firm, as well as data storage and website hosting involving personal data. "All companies are advised to review their existing processes and contracts to assess whether they involve data transfers to the UK and to ensure compliance with data protection regulations," the release said.
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