Tuesday 1 November 2022
10:00am - 11:00am
Data protection continues to be a fast moving area of law with more and more countries looking to address the particular challenges of ensuring a balance between data use and protecting individual interests. The UK government is currently rethinking its plans to reshape UK data protection laws having put the proposals of the previous Cabinet on hold. Worldwide the GDPR continues to dominate discussions in this area and in particular the issue of transferring personal data to other countries and we are seeing interesting developments in a number of countries, most notably in the US.
We invite you to join the Shepherd and Wedderburn information law team as our specialist panel shares legal expertise and practical insights with particular focus on:
- International transfers – practical issues of the various transfer mechanisms
- The future of US transfers and a brief overview of developments in international privacy laws
- Changes to UK data protection law – Brexit dividend or not?
- Recent ICO activity – DSARs and Children's Code
This session qualifies for CPD. Click here for further information.
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