Brexit and the Future of Data Protection – Employment Blog

Posted June 27th, 2016 in appeals, brexit, data protection, EC law, human rights, news, privacy, referendums by sally

‘As we all reel in shock at today’s news, thoughts will inevitably turn to how our impending divorce from Europe will impact on the sphere of data protection. Our own data protection laws have of course been profoundly shaped by Europe. Until yesterday, many had assumed that Europe’s control over our data protection laws would in due course become even more intensive, as we journeyed into a world in which the EU Data Protection Regulation reigned supreme across Europe. However, the clocks have stopped. The Regulation is not to become law in the UK. The future of data protection law is therefore necessarily shrouded in mystery.’

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Employment Blog, 24th June 2016