Florian Tannen


Starting with a good note: The “Schrems II” judgment does not lead to significant negative implications for companies that rely on the derogations the EU General Data Protection Regulation provides for international data transfers through Article 49. The Court of Justice of the European Union’s judgment stipulates that companies will need to evaluate whether their use of the standard contractual clauses provides sufficient protection in light of any access by the public authorities of the third country…

The European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) issued a landmark ruling earlier today that invalidates the EU – US Privacy Shield Framework (“Privacy Shield”) in Case C-311/18 (“Schrems II”).