Transborder Data Flow Agreement

The rapid evolution of technology in the fields of information, computing and communication is leading to significant structural changes in the economies of the Member States. Computerized data and information flows are an important consequence of technological advances and are playing an increasingly important role in national economies. With the increasing economic interdependence of member states, these flows have an international dimension, called cross-border flows. The OECD should therefore pay particular attention to the political issues related to these cross-border data flows. Cross-border data transfers are briefly explained (PDF, 376 kB, 10.12.2018) Some data transmissions abroad must be communicated to FDPIC. In certain circumstances, transmission is only permitted after a specific agreement has been reached. In some countries, transmission is largely problem-free. The following list shows the level of data protection worldwide: Swiss data protection legislation guarantees privacy for the processing of data by people in Switzerland. However, the transfer of data abroad must ensure an adequate level of protection. (Dec 17, 2020) Russian law requires processing managers to keep and update data collected by Russian citizens via Russian servers.

This obligation is not only technical… Typical Contract for Cross-Border Outsourcing of Data Processing If you are in charge of a database yourself, you will find more information on the subject in the respective chapters in the following publications (in German, French or Italian): Agree that further work should be done and that this work should be focused from the outset on issues arising from the following types of cross-border flows. : Brochure on the processing of personal data within the federal government What are the consequences of Brexit on the cross-border flow of data? (Dec 15, 2020) After the “Schrems II” decision, data protection experts asked many questions about the future of data transmission. While the European Data Protection Committee… Read more (18 December 2020) Just one day after the publication of the European Data Protection Committee`s post-Schrems II guidelines for international transfer of personal data from the EU… Read more (18.12.2020) Greetings from Kittery, Maine! On the way to 2021 and to reflect on a hectic 2020 year, a year full of unforeseen challenges, it is remarkable that… Read more (15 December 2020) When the European Court of Justice annulled the EU and US Safe Harbour framework in 2015, Bird and Bird… Read more Disclosure of staff data outside Switzerland (from the 9th Management Report) (17 December 2020) The European Data Protection Committee has adopted a statement on the end of the brexit transition period. After the Brexit deadline of 31 December, the EDPB… Read more. Given the intent outlined above and in view of the work, THE governments of the OECD MEMBERS ARE have MEMBERS: (18 December 2020) Only one day after reading (17 December 2020) the Information Policy Centre Read more (18 December 2020) It goes without saying that 2020 has been a difficult and difficult year. Covid-19 has invariably influenced the world.

And even if the pandemic is a sea… Read more The eu`s standard contractual clauses Centralisation of human resources abroad (as part of the 18th Annual Report) Taking due account of their national laws, declare THEIR INTENTION TO: Given the governments of the OECD member countries mentioned above: this declaration aims to highlight the general spirit in which Member States will address these issues. The governments of OECD Member States are AGREED to cooperate and work together in the implementation of this important work and to promote the objectives of this declaration.