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How to meet the eDiscovery challenges without the Privacy Shield

In this webcast, panelists discuss the impact of the Privacy Shield. 

In July 2020, Europe’s highest court, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) invalidated the Privacy Shield – also known as the Schrems II decision. Consequently, organizations can no longer rely on the Privacy Shield for transfers of personal data from the EU to non-EU countries. While the CJEU ruling provided specific instructions related to the use of Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs), it implies an immediate cessation of transfers solely relying on the Privacy Shield. While the CJEU validated the use of SCCs as a method to transmit that information to non-EU countries, eDiscovery practitioners can cautiously use SCCs but should implement other alternatives, precautionary strategies as well.

This webcast will:

  • Provide background on the Schrems II decision
  • Highlight alternatives for data transfer out of the EU 
  • Discuss the path forward for businesses impacted by the ruling

Learn more about how to meet the eDiscovery challenges without the Privacy Shield


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