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Daily Dashboard | UK House of Lords warns potential loss of adequacy status post-Brexit Related reading: Top-5 operational impacts of the LGPD: Part 2 — Security, secrecy of data, good practice and governance

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The U.K. House of Lords warns the European Commission may not grant the country its adequacy status, Euractiv reports. In a report on the future of EU-U.K. relations following Brexit, the House of Lords asked the British government "to push for the assessment to be concluded as soon as possible, to give businesses in the (U.K.) and EU legal certainty and time to prepare." Discussions on British adequacy have been taking place between the EU and U.K. since March. Editor's note: IAPP Staff Writer Joe Duball reported on the U.K.'s adequacy status for The Privacy Advisor.
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