Serious Privacy

WEBINAR: Brexit Data Protection Update: The EU, US and UK Perspective

March 05, 2020 Paul Breitbarth, Ralph O'Brien and Josh Harris Season 1 Episode 4
Serious Privacy
WEBINAR: Brexit Data Protection Update: The EU, US and UK Perspective
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Serious Privacy
WEBINAR: Brexit Data Protection Update: The EU, US and UK Perspective
Mar 05, 2020 Season 1 Episode 4
Paul Breitbarth, Ralph O'Brien and Josh Harris

On 31 January 2020, the United Kingdom left the European Union. For the first time since its creation, a member state has decided to leave the common market, and for now, it is uncertain what the future holds for current privacy legislation. The new relationship between the UK and the EU will be negotiated in the course of this year, with the agreed transition period ending on 31 December. During this period, GDPR will apply as if nothing has changed. But what will happen after?

During this webinar recording, Paul Breitbarth, Ralph O’Brien and Josh Harris discuss Brexit from the EU, UK and US perspective.

To view the full webinar video and to capture your registration for CPE: https://info.trustarc.com/WB-2020-02-25-BrexitDataProtectionUpdate_RegPage.html 

Show Notes

On 31 January 2020, the United Kingdom left the European Union. For the first time since its creation, a member state has decided to leave the common market, and for now, it is uncertain what the future holds for current privacy legislation. The new relationship between the UK and the EU will be negotiated in the course of this year, with the agreed transition period ending on 31 December. During this period, GDPR will apply as if nothing has changed. But what will happen after?

During this webinar recording, Paul Breitbarth, Ralph O’Brien and Josh Harris discuss Brexit from the EU, UK and US perspective.

To view the full webinar video and to capture your registration for CPE: https://info.trustarc.com/WB-2020-02-25-BrexitDataProtectionUpdate_RegPage.html