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European Commission publishes draft UK adequacy decision following Brexit

Businesses appear increasingly likely to be able to continue freely transferring data between the EEA and the UK, as the European Commission publishes a draft adequacy decision in respect of the UK
25 February 2021

Innovation in the time of COVID-19

We explore the imperative for businesses to transform and digitise their operations and customer experience, and to seize opportunities arising from COVID-19
25 February 2021

EDPB publishes detailed guidelines on data breach notification

The European Data Protection Board has published supplementary guidelines to the existing personal data breach notification guidance issued by its predecessor Article 29 Working Party
08 February 2021

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Burges Salmon sponsors All-Party Parliamentary Group on Connected and Automated Mobility

With insurer AXA, the firm has supported the launch of the new APPG to promote safe deployment of self-driving technologies
27 January 2021

Press release

Burges Salmon appoints heavyweight Fintech lawyer

Firm appoints fintech expert Martin Cook as Head of Fintech
11 January 2021

Connected and autonomous vehicles: Protecting data and machine learning innovations

Burges Salmon and Withers & Rogers LLP take a look at the legal and regulatory issues involved in protecting data and innovations in CAVs
06 January 2021

What does the Brexit deal mean for your data?

The Brexit trade deal sets out how organisations in the EU and UK can continue to share data in a GDPR-compliant manner
05 January 2021

When AI goes wrong, how will the courts determine why?

Explainable machine learning: how can you determine what a party knew or intended when a decision was made by machine-learning?
04 January 2021

CMA issues advice for new Digital Markets Unit to tackle competition issues

The CMA has published advice on the operation of a new Digital Markets Unit, with specific rules for firms with Strategic Market Status
23 December 2020

What do the new immigration rules mean for UK employers who recruit from overseas?

We consider the UK’s new immigration system and the routes available for employers who wish to recruit from overseas
23 December 2020

CJEU ruling on Privacy International case; could it frustrate UK’s GDPR Adequacy Decision?

Data transfers to the UK could be affected by a recent ruling on state surveillance measures and the EDPB’s recently updated European Essential Guarantees following Schrems II
09 December 2020

The EDPB provides guidance on data transfers and use of Model Clauses

Following the CJEU’s judgment in Schrems II, the EDPB has issued formal guidance on international data transfers as well as a new draft form of Standard Contractual Clauses
20 November 2020
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