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Webinar: What is left after Schrems II?

Webinar: What is left after Schrems II?

Webinar: What is left after Schrems II?

29.10.2020 BE law

Stibbe organises a webinar on the implications of the groundbreaking Schrems II decision which annulled the U.S. Privacy Shield and questioned the standard contractual clauses.

The webinar, which takes place on 29 October 2020 at 11:00 am, will elaborate on the remaining options for international personal data transfers outside of the E.U.

Are binding rules the recipe for success? Is there hope for a third U.S. Privacy Shield? How to avoid the international data transer rules in GDPR?

Stibbe's TMT department will address a broad variety of issues, as well as all your questions. We invite you to submit these in advance at The session will be conducted in English. Questions will be answered in Dutch, French or English, depending on the language of the questioner.

If you want to register for this webinar, you can send an e-mail to events@stibbe.comAfter receiving your registration, we will come back to you with dial-in details for this webinar.

To ensure a quality communication, we limit the number of participants to 40 (on a first come, first serve basis). In case of excess demand, we might schedule a second session.

We are looking forward to “seeing” you there!


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