The Future of Transborder Data Flow

  • TYPE: Combined Session DATE: Thursday, May 12, 2016 TIME: 11:00-12:00 LOCATION: ALPSEE
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The new General Data Protection Regulation coming into force in June 2018 extends the scope of the EU data protection law to foreign companies processing data of EU residents. It provides for a harmonization of the data protection regulations throughout the EU, thereby making it easier for non-European companies to comply with these regulations; however, this comes at the cost of a strict data protection compliance regime with severe penalties of up to 2% of worldwide turnover. As the new regulation conflicts with other non-European laws and regulations and practices (e.g. surveillance by governments) companies in such countries should not be acceptable for processing EU personal data anymore. However, the biggest challenge might be the implementation of the GDPR in practice. Its implementation will require comprehensive changes of business practices for companies that did not implement a comparable level of privacy until now (especially non-European companies handling EU personal data). Learn in this panel the major tasks for companies inside and outside of the EU.


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Dr. Karsten Kinast, LL.M., Attorney at Law (Germany), is founding Partner of the Law Firm “Kinast & Partner” with an exclusive focus on Data Protection Law and IT-Law. He holds a Master of Laws Degree in European Legal Informatics and  serves as external Data Protection...


The new General Data Protection Regulation coming into force in June 2018 extends the scope of the EU data protection law to foreign companies processing data of EU residents. It provides for a harmonization of the data protection regulations throughout the EU, thereby making it easier for non-European companies to comply with these regulations; however, this comes at the cost of a strict data protection compliance regime with severe penalties of up to 2% of worldwide turnover. As the new regulation conflicts with other non-European laws and regulations and practices (e.g. surveillance by governments) companies in such countries should not be acceptable for processing EU personal data anymore. However, the biggest challenge might be the implementation of the GDPR in practice. Its implementation will require comprehensive changes of business practices for companies that did not implement a comparable level of privacy until now (especially non-European companies handling EU personal data). Learn in this panel the major tasks for companies inside and outside of the EU.


Speakers:

Jade is a senior solicitor in DAC Beachcroft's data protection team. Jade regularly advises clients on a range of data protection issues including drafting privacy policies and complex data sharing arrangements. She has notable experience in undertaking privacy impact assessments in advance of...

Vasileia leads the International Legal Team at Kinast & Partner Attorneys at Law and Data Protection Officers. She is a specialist on international data transfer and a highly sought expert on global data protection strategies, instructing multinationals in this field, also setting up global...



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