Welcome to Hogan Lovells’ The Data Chronicles, brought to you by the firm’s global Privacy and Cybersecurity practice. This multimedia series is dedicated to the ever-changing legal and regulatory developments in the world of data, privacy, and cybersecurity.
Earlier in July, the European Commission adopted its eagerly anticipated adequacy decision on international data transfers under the EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework. The adequacy decision was preceded by substantial changes to U.S. intelligence-gathering requirements that have cleared the path for transfers of EU personal data. Scott Loughlin, co-lead of the Hogan Lovells Privacy and Cybersecurity practice, interviews Hogan Lovells partner Eduardo Ustaran and senior associate Julie Schwartz on what the adequacy decision means for EU-based data exporters and the future of the framework in light of expected legal challenges.
This episode, “The Data Privacy Framework | Exporter perspectives,” is the first installment of a two part series. Click here to watch or listen to the second installment.