In July 2020, the European Court of Justice handed down its long-awaited decision on the validity of transferring personal data of EU citizens to the US. Known as “Schrems II”, after the Austrian privacy advocate who brought the action, we believe that this judgment will significantly change the way organizations think about personal data. In our webcast ‘Post-Schrems II landscape for

EU-US data transfers’, EY Digital Law colleagues from multiple countries explain the judgment and its implications: Fabrice Naftalski (EY Global Data Privacy Law Leader, France); Eric J Schwarz (US, Privacy & Legal Function Consulting), Jyn Schulze-Melling (Digital Law, Germany) and Justyna Wilczynska-Baraniak (Digital Law, Poland).

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