Date: Tuesday 21 July 2020
Time: 4.00 pm - 5.00 pm
Venue: Online webinar - joining details will be emailed to all attendees in advance
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David Chaplin, SCL Editor
Renzo Marchini, Partner, Privacy, Security and Information Group, Fieldfisher
Florian Tannen, Partner, Baker McKenzie, Munich
Katalina Bateman, Counsel, IP, Tech & Data Group, Reed Smith LLP
Janet Lane, Privacy Counsel, Refinitiv
The CJEU decision this week in the latest Schrems case against Facebook has seen them decide that the current Privacy Shield arrangements are not adequate to protect individual rights of data subjects in the EU if their data is exported to the US. While SCCs have survived as a means to continue to export data lawfully, the judgment leaves doubt as to how that might be achieved in practical terms.
In this webinar a panel of privacy experts, led by Renzo Marchini of Fieldfisher, will look at what the judgment said, what might happen next and what organisations might do now to adapt to this new landscape. This will be followed by a panel discussion and comment and questions from the audience.
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