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EUs General Data Protection Regulation Is Law: Now What?
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Pablo Valerio
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Pablo Valerio,
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7/13/2016 | 11:13:52 AM
Re: Great Britain exits the EU: Now what?
Charlie, it is highly likely that the UK will join the European Economic Area (EEA) as a way to stay in the common market (the Norway option) without EU membership. Leaving the single market altogether will be disastrous.

Being part of the EEA, however, requres full compliance with EU regulations. The case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union is also of relevance to the EEA Agreement. 

For the most part the UK will probably have to comply with the GDPR, but it will have no voice in the EU council, nor in the EU parliament.

(for the record, I'm married to a Brit and she is really mad about Brexit)
Charlie Babcock
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Charlie Babcock,
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7/12/2016 | 2:14:31 PM
Great Britain exits the EU: Now what?
"The GDPR will standardize all countries under the same strict law," the story says, which is true until Britain exits the European Union. Then it will either have to comply with the GDPR or data will have to migrate across the English channel.  


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