IAPP’s Research Team created four separate Word documents, one for each transfer scenario accommodated by the new standard contractual clauses (SCCs).
This report aims to raise the awareness of the general audience and serve as a resource to policy shapers and practitioners in the public and private sectors to help frame the debate around data.
The aim of this case law digest is to clarify the structure of the analysis carried out by the CJEU in judgments concerning the transfer of personal data to third countries.
This EPRS in-depth analysis reviews and assesses trade dealings, adequacy challenges and transfer instruments under the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
This report highlights a complex situation in which some forms of data localisation are seen as useful and largely uncontroversial, while others as a significant barrier to the digital economy.
This Study discusses the concept of “European Digital Sovereignty”, opportunities opened by the concept but also the risks and pitfalls.
The aim of the guidelines is to provide elements to examine, whether surveillance measures allowing access to personal data by public authorities in a third country can be regarded as a justifiable interference or not.
The paper is aimed as contribution to improve the understanding of the evolution and the role AI and Digital Trade are playing and will play in the EU, in developed and developing countries. The study addresses, among other things, the adoption and diffusion of AI technologies, the importance of data for digital applications and its economic impact, and international trade rules, data flows, computing resources, and AI.