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Daily Dashboard | Report: UK, US to potentially increase personal data sharing Related reading: Notes from the IAPP, Sept. 18, 2020

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Infosecurity Magazine reports leaked trade documents indicate the U.S. and U.K. may explore different mechanisms for increasing their cross-border data transfers. The "Data: UK’s overarching data protection regime, and Free Flow of Data" document reveals the U.K. may seek to avoid adequacy mechanisms, like the current EU-U.S. Privacy Shield, under the notion that adequacy is "a flawed system." The U.K. also indicates in the document it may turn to the APEC Cross-Border Privacy Rules certification to facilitate transfers, which McDermott Will & Emery Partner Ashley Winton said would "certainly cause eyebrows to be raised in Brussels" as the U.K. works on post-Brexit adequacy.
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