• Demystifying Schrems II for the cross-border transfer of clinical research data

    1 month ago - By Oxford Journals

    AbstractThe Courts of Justice of the European Union held in its July 2020 Schrems II decision that, in order for entities in other countries to import personal data from the European Economic Area , the importer must be able to provide data protections ‘essentially equivalent' to those the EEA offers under its General Data Protection Regulation. The CJEU expressed particular concern that United States' national security intelligence gathering laws prevent U.S.-based entities from providing such protections. This decision has sharply limited the sharing of clinical research data from the...
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