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Daily Dashboard | New Guidance on Processor BCRs Puts Companies In a Bind Related reading: IAPP releases interactive 'GDPR Genius' tool

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Earlier today, the Article 29 Working Party published new guidance on data processor BCRs, the significance of which “cannot be overstated,” writes Phil Lee, CIPP/E, for Privacy and Information Law Blog. That’s because the updated document offers guidance on how processor BCR companies should respond to government requests for access to data, Lee writes, a topic of great contention in Europe since the Snowden revelations. It puts companies in a catch-22, because it suggests companies receiving a government request for data put the request on hold and share with the relevant European DPA—something which may not be possible under foreign legal requirements. Editor’s Note: Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, recently wrote about First Data, the first company to win approval from the ICO for both controller and processor BCRs.
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