Lights out for Safe Harbour. For now

European_UnionSo that’s official then. The Court of Justice has upheld the Advocate General’s opinion in the Schrems case that the Safe Harbour Decision is invalid. The European Commission is about to hold a press conference…

ICO response here.

UPDATE 6/10/15: The European Commission has confirmed that data transfers can continue even in the absence of Safe Harbour by using robust data protection clauses. Time to dig out those contracts.

UPDATE 12/10/2015: Contact me for a copy of my 8-point guide on what to do about your data transfers now.

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