EU-US personal data transfers and the implications of the Schrems II ruling for Australia

EU-US personal data transfers and the implications of the Schrems II ruling for Australia
Thursday 8 October 2020

Our colleagues at the ANU College of Law recently held a panel on the 'Schrems II' ruling of the European Court of Justice of the EU.

The panellists explored the implications of the Schrems II ruling for Australia. This seminal Court of Justice of the EU decision affirmed the validity of the standard contractual clauses for data transfers. As there is no such adequacy agreement between the EU and Australia, the ruling has important implications.

You can watch the discussion here.

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