BRUSSELS | British Chamber of Commerce EU & Belgium | Data flows: the legal and practical realities in a changing Europe

The use of data and data movement is becoming an increasingly important topic, particularly considering the UK’s departure from the EU. The free flow of data is vital to companies across the globe and with the EU establishing new trade deals with countries such as Japan, governments must ensure that consumers stay protected, however the necessary information must still be able to move across borders.

This event will address some of the big data questions such as:

What is the future of the free flow of personal data between the EU and third countries post GDPR? Are companies aware of the legal and practical realities?

With different states operating in different structures, will a more global structure exist in the future with more countries following the same rules

Are the EU and UK prepared for a No Deal? How much will Brexit impact data flows?

For this event, the chamber is teaming up with City of London to organise a high level panel which provides you with the opportunity to receive key information on data at such an important time.

12:30-14:00, 18 March 2019

Boulevard Bischoffsheim 11, 1000, Brussels, Belgium

For more information and registration, please visit the chamber's website here.


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