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18 Oct 2019
This is your guide to Brexit, detailing what you need to do when planning for every eventuality.
The UK’s exit from the European Union poses significant risks and opportunities to the UK’s creative industries. The biggest risk is uncertainty and businesses must plan for all possible outcomes.
The main issues for the data and marketing sector relate to data and pools of labour, so we’ve focused on how to maintain the free flow of data and access to skilled labour.
Uncertainty regarding these two topics could potentially threaten the global status of the UK’s creative industries.
However, our various strategies and insights should help you transform issues arising from Brexit into opportunities, and will help us maintain the global leadership status of the UK creative industries.
Brexit Toolkit: UK Creative Industries and the Data Economy in a Post-Brexit Britain
Written by the DMA's Legal and Public Affairs experts, we study expected data flow impacts arising from Brexit -regardless of the final deal outcome - and insight into ICO and DCMS thinking.
You'll also access to key downloadable contractual documentation, and explanations behind its application to your business and your management of data.
Brexit Toolkit: Standard Contractual Clauses for Data Transfers
The European Commission can decide that standard contractual clauses (SCCs) offer sufficient safeguards on data protection for the data to be transferred internationally.
It has so far issued two sets of standard contractual clauses for data transfers from data controllers in the EU to data controllers established outside the EU or European Economic Area (EEA).
It has also issued one set of contractual clauses for data transfers from controllers in the EU to processors established outside the EU or EEA.
Webinar: Legal Basis of Personal Data Flow Post-Brexit
The moveable feast that is Brexit is tackled by the DMA's experts, with a specific focus on dataflows in a post-Brexit environment.
Tune in to discover the legal basis for data flow, how data will EU - UK, and thoughts on actions in a No Deal scenario.