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Join us for a seminar where we’ll explain the proposed legislative changes in the UK government’s Data Protection and Digital Information Bill, look at what it means for the future of data protection law and the UK’s adequacy decisions.
The seminar is aimed at in-house legal teams, DPOs, privacy advisers, in-house commercial teams grappling with local and international data processing arrangements, and others with responsibility for personal data processing in their organisations. Delegates will gain an understanding of the new Data Protection and Digital Information Bill and other reform proposals, and what they will need to do in practice to get ready for them taking effect.
As well as explaining the proposed legislative changes and what it means for the future of data protection law, we’ll also see how it fits in with other recent developments like the new standard contractual clauses, and the ICO’s announcements about its regulatory approach. Key points will include:
An overview of the key changes in the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill
Implications for compliance in organisations and next steps to get ready for the changes
How much of a threat the Bill is to the UK’s adequacy decisions
The wider data protection landscape – including international transfers, regulation of AI, and developments in regulatory approaches