Friday Digital, Media & Technology – Crypto & Payments Reform and GDPR Art 46

Here are a few things that you may have missed in digital, media & technology. Contact me if you want to talk about what these mean for you.

  • EPDB when a data transfer is not a data transfer (Part 2). The Australian Government is also considering reforms to its electronic surveillance laws. It’s pitched as a consolidation/harmonisation project to ensure the laws are fit for purpose, but curious to see what new powers may arrive or existing powers enhanced.
  • Transferring data outside of the EAA under SCCs. A super-nerdy European GDPR point, but I know some of you are grappling with implementing the new standard contractual clauses. This article explains the difference between an Article 46 legal assessment (required) vs an Article 45 assessment (not).

These were prepared listening to Die Toten Hosen (discovered accidentally by the WhoSampled website linked below) and are best enjoyed with a coffee… or whatever your choice.

Let me know if you want to talk about any of it, but please share with a few people and ask them to subscribe.


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Brett is an experienced lawyer and business executive who focuses on commercial outcomes. He has worked across three sectors in England & Australia advising and leading initiatives in digital, media and technology

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