First fines imposed for breaching stricter privacy rules on international transfers
The privacy rules on transfers of personal data have become stricter after the Schrems II ruling and the subsequent Recommendations by the European Data Protection Board (EDPB). Implementing these stricter rules in practice has turned out to be a complicated process for many organisations. However, as Kimberly Friesen explains in a recent blog for Data & Privacyweb, it seems unwise to not take any action. Several European supervisory authorities have already imposed fines for breaching these rules. (Dutch only)
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