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Demystifying the GDPR's Cross-Border Data Transfer Rules: Application and Compliance

1h 1m

Created on September 17, 2021

Intermediate

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$89

Overview

In recent years, states such as California have passed monumental data privacy laws that have brought some of the rights and responsibilities implemented in the European Union (EU) by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) into the fray of US data privacy. Cross-border data transfers, however, are an aspect regulated by the GDPR that has yet to be addressed by state or federal data privacy legislation in the US. Nevertheless, the GDPR's rules regarding cross-border data transfers have a profound impact on US and EU businesses alike.  This program, presented by data privacy and cybersecurity attorneys Daniel Marvin and Alex D'Amico, will help you to determine if the GDPR's cross-border data transfer rules apply to your organization or client, and if they do, to be able to take the appropriate steps for compliance.

Mr. Marvin and Mr. D'Amico will discuss: 

  • The definition of cross-border data transfers
  • Why cross-border data transfers are a hot button issue in data privacy law
  • How to determine if the GDPR's rules apply to your organization or client
  • How your organization or client might be a participant in a cross-border data transfer
  • What the GDPR says about cross-border data transfers
  • Why compliance with the cross-border data transfer rules is important
  • How the cross-border data transfer rules approach data transfers from the EU to the US
  • Recent developments regarding the cross-border data transfer rules
  • How to comply with the cross-border data transfer rules


Learning Objectives:

  1. Examine the significance of cross-border data transfers within the broader framework of EU data privacy law

  2. Review the rules applicable to cross-border data transfers

  3. Discuss how to comply with the cross-border data transfer rules




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