The U.K. government recently launched a consultation proposing significant changes to the U.K. General Data Protection Regulation (UK GDPR). The U.K. aims to craft a bespoke “pro-growth and pro-innovation regime whilst maintaining…world-leading data protection standards.” The Consultation sets out in detail the significant reforms which the U.K. government seeks to implement – at the potential risk of losing its adequacy status for data transfers from the EU.
Author: Jonathon A. Gunn
Jonathon Gunn is a corporate lawyer who helps international businesses operate, grow and achieve their business objectives through corporate M&A, investment and commercial transactions, with a particular proficiency in data privacy issues in a corporate transactional context. View Jonathan's full bio on the Faegre Drinker website.