The U.K. government published its official position on post-Brexit negotiations with the EU, including its stance on data adequacy. The government reiterated its intentions to have an "independent policy on data protection" following the one-year transition period. During that time, the free flow of data between the U.K. and EU member states will continue as the U.K. negotiates a potential adequacy decision. Additionally, the U.K. will work to ensure the creation of a "transparent framework" that allows the Information Commissioner's Office to continue its collaboration with EU data protection authorities.
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