With the UK on course to leave the European Union (on 29th March 2019, unless a later withdrawal date is agreed during trade negotiations) yet the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) scheduled to have direct effect in
all member states beforehand i.e. from 25 May 2018, the UK Government introduced a data protection bill into Parliament, on 13th September 2017 to implement derogations in the GDPR into national law during the pre-withdrawal period and then retain the GDPR in UK law post-Brexit. After much debate and some revision, it received royal assent on 23rd May 2018. … To read more Downlaod the paper.
Karen Mac Cullagh is Lecturer in Law, UEA Law School. She is also the co-organizer of this e-conference on National Adaptations of the GDPR with Olivia Tambou, Senior Lecturer at the Université Paris-Dauphine
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