Schrems II heard in Europe: potential huge impact on global data transfers

The Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU“) has heard oral submissions in the latest case questioning the legal validity of international data transfer mechanisms under the GDPR, such as Standard Contractual Clauses and the EU-US Privacy Shield; The Irish Data Protection Commissioner (“DPC“) is seeking a ruling that would find the so-called Standard … Read more

Cookie Compliance: How can companies get it right when the regulator does not?

The UK privacy regulator has admitted that its own cookie consent process does not comply with the current GDPR and ePrivacy rules. According to the regulator, a new process will be implemented during the week beginning 24th June 2019, which could give organisations a valuable insight into how to navigate the complex interaction between the … Read more