New International Data Transfer Agreement comes into force

21/03/2022 | ICO

The new international data transfer agreements (IDTA) laid before parliament on the 2nd of February 2022 have now come into force, replacing the old EU standard contractual clauses. Restricted data is subject to the UK’s transfer rules under its new regime, following the European Commission’s ruling that the post-Brexit data transfer standards adequately met those of the EU General Data Protection Regulation. 

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