Data Protection Implications of Selling From the UK into the EU after Brexit

Posted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 10 March 2021
David Fagan
Business Legal
Issues covered: Data Protection; Brexit

After years of uncertainty surrounding what GDPR would look like post Brexit, the trade agreement signed last Christmas Eve has left the UK with a hard GDPR border. It has however also secured a temporary transfer period for the transfer of EU data to the UK: the “Bridge”. 

This webinar recording is packed with useful information that explains:

  • What you need to do to sell in the EU
  • Article 27 – David will explain what is involved, and attendees will be given a voucher entitling them to 50% off the sign-up fee for an Article 27 service.
  • What does the Bridge mechanism mean? What will replace it?
  • What other steps you must take to be compliant?

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This article is correct at 10/03/2021

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David Fagan
Business Legal

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