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After Brexit: Britain amends its data protection laws

They are intended to facilitate the transfer of data to other countries. The British government wants to promote innovation and economic growth. The EU should check whether future rules will allow the exchange of data with Great Britain.

Britain plans Change in data protection laws And announced for privacy, which the government is designing as a new program to promote innovation and economic growth. The UK is aiming for a new package of “Data Security Respect Partnerships” to promote international trade with countries and organizations such as the United States, Australia, the Republic of Korea, Singapore, the Dubai International Financial Center and Colombia. Digital, Culture, Media and Sports (DCMS).

According to the government, the partnership will eliminate the need for costly data protection compliance measures when transferring personal data to other countries. In a statement, DCMS said it would “do this while ensuring that high data security standards are maintained.”

However, any changes to the rules for data exchange must be considered appropriate by the EU – otherwise there is a risk that data exchanges between the UK and the EU will be affected. Some privacy experts have expressed concern that these changes could be used to revert privacy for consumers introduced under the Public Data Protection Regulation.