More on Schrems as panic gives way to constructive thought

As anticipated, there has been a lot of comment on the implications for safe harbour and for data transfers to the US following this week’s decision in Schrems.

I wrote briefly about it here, deliberately avoiding substantive comment, and there are links to several other articles on my Rebelmouse news page.

I linked to two particular sources in my article, and I mention their updates now:

Hogan Lovells was very quick off the mark with a webinar. There is a summary of what was said here together with a link to the slide deck used on the webinar.

Cordery has been busy. Here you will find a link to a podcast by Jonathan Armstrong together with links to Cordery’s related previous posts.

Both of these offer constructive ideas for dealing with the potential problems.

The subject will come up at various imminent events in which I am involved (although not necessarily in the Schrems aspects). As I have said before, I will be speaking about it at Relativity Fest and at an event next week in Nashville organised by Cicayda.

Further off, Lawtech Europe Congress in Brussels on 26-27 October, ILTA Insight in London on 12 November, and eDiscovery 2015 in Dublin on 13 November will all have sections covering trends and the wider data transfer context in which it belongs.


About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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