Law360 (February 21, 2019, 12:50 PM EST) -- In 2019 we will experience a continuation of many of the big data protection compliance themes of 2018, even General Data Protection Regulation readiness work. But going into the new year there is still the possibility of both a deal and no-deal Brexit. The latter brings with it requirements to put in place mechanisms to facilitate the continuing cross-channel flow of data from Europe to the U.K., and then onward to other countries, plus the appointment of new "legal representatives" in Europe where the U.K. entity lacks a presence. How very different life will be if the withdrawal agreement is ratified...
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