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Schrems II sparks data transfer chaos and confusion

July 16, 2020, Global Data Review

Lisa Peets is quoted in Global Data Review regarding the European Court of Justice’s decision to invalidate the EU-US Privacy Shield. Ms. Peets, who represented software trade body BSA as an intervening party, says companies are unlikely to immediately stop their SCCs – saying that “halting existing transfers would be all but impossible from a practical perspective.” She adds, “Further, the SCCs themselves require that companies consider all the circumstances before using them – so the court is simply reinforcing this requirement.”

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