International data transfer

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) provides special rules for the transfer of personal data to countries outside the EU or the EEA (so-called third countries). Our lawyers explain how data controllers can transfer data in compliance with the law.

Adequacy decisions: review of 11 third countries

The EU Commission has confirmed the adequacy decisions of eleven third countries in its first review of these. Third-country transfers based on the adequacy decisions may thus continue.

EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework

Everything EU companies need to know about the EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework – explained simply by lawyers.

EDPB defines third country transfers

The new EDPB Guidelines clarify the applicability of the provisions of the GDPR on third country transfers – particularly relevant for non-EU companies bound by the GDPR.

Data transfers to Russia

What do data controllers have to consider if they currently want to export personal data to Russia or have it processed there? The EDPB gives specific recommendations.

The new Connecticut Data Protection Act (CTDPA)

Connecticut introduces new privacy law: An act concerning personal data privacy and online monitoring. Which companies are affected and what obligations arise from the new law?

Contact us!

Secure the knowledge of our experts!

Subscribe to our free newsletter: