UK-US data bridge to become operational 12th October

Enables personal data transfers to certified organisations in the US

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UK-US data bridge to become operational on 12 October
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UK-US data bridge to become operational on 12 October

The UK Secretary of State for Science, Innovation and Technology (DSIT) Michelle Donelan on Thursday introduced regulations in Parliament to implement the new transatlantic data transfer mechanism for personal data moving from the UK to the US.

In June, the UK and the US came to an agreement over this arrangement, dubbed the UK-US Data Bridge, which is basically a "UK extension to the EU-US Data Privacy Framework (DPF)". This deal woul...

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