Following Brexit, the UK now has the ability to adopt its own decisions in relation to adequacy for personal data transfers. Today, the government has set out the first territories which it will prioritise for its data transfer adequacy decisions. These territories will include the United States, Australia, the Republic of Korea, Singapore, the Dubai International Finance Centre and Colombia. The government has also confirmed that it will prioritise future adequacy decisions with India, Brazil, Kenya and Indonesia. The government has stated that the adequacy decisions will aim to “build significantly on the £80 billion of data-enabled service exports to these 10 destinations from the UK every year”.
Este é um tópico de discussão auxiliar para a entrada original em https://blogs.dlapiper.com/privacymatters/government-unveils-plans-for-post-brexit-global-data-transfer-regime/