On July 16, the European Court of Justice issued a landmark ruling invalidating the EU – US Privacy Shield Framework in Case C-311/18 (Schrems II). Baker McKenzie is pleased to offer resources below which add more detail to the ruling, what it effects, and how companies should proceed.
About Schrems II
FULL TEXT: Judgement of the Court
WATCH: Schrems II: European Court of Justice Upholds the SCCs and Invalidates the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework
What does the decision mean?
‘Schrems II,’ data transfers and Brexit — What are the implications?
What ‘Schrems II’ means for controller-to-processor SCCs
The impact ‘Schrems II’ has on controller-to-controller SCCs
What ‘Schrems II’ means for companies that rely on derogations
LISTEN: TMT Talk Episode 16 — Shrems II – Impact on the TMT Sector
New US Commerce Department Guidance of Government Data Access Safeguards
CJEU provides a strict framework for national security surveillance measures
What Privacy Shield organizations should do in the wake of ‘Schrems II’
BCRs as a robust alternative to Privacy Shield and SCCs
Technology, media and telecommunications services after ‘Schrems II’
7 predictions for the road ahead after ‘Schrems II’
M&A Transactions in Light of Schrems II and Recent EDPB Recommendation on Supplementary Measures
Draft EDPB guidance on essential guarantees
Draft EDPB guidance on supplemental data transfer measures
European Commission: Standard contractual clauses for transferring personal data to non-EU countries
2017 Surveillance Law Comparison Guide
2020 Global Data Privacy & Security Handbook