About this event
The court of Justice of the European Union recently delivered its highly anticipated judgement on the case C-311/18, Data Protection Commissioner v Facebook Ireland & Schrems, concerning the validity of both the European Commission’s Standard Contractual Clauses and the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield framework, as mechanisms for transferring personal data to third countries.
The Schrems II case determined the invalidation of Privacy Shield when transferring data under the EU General Data Protection Regulation. In this webinar, 9ine’s in-house Data Protection Solicitor, Heidi-Anne O’Neill will discuss the following:
About the presenter:
Heidi-Anne O’Neill LLB (Hons), LLM, PC.DP, PC.FOI, is 9ine’s in-house Data Protection Solicitor and is a qualified Data Protection and Freedom of Information Practitioner. She plays a key role in leading 9ine’s global data protection programme, identifying, interpreting and applying the EU General Data Protection Regulation, national laws and emerging data protection laws across the world, including cyber security laws that impact on the processing of personal data. With a solid background in the private and public sector, Heidi-Anne has many years of experience providing advice in the diverse areas of information law covering people, policies, processes, systems and applications with a focus on continuous improvement and effective risk management. With an understanding of how information flows within schools, she is able to work alongside 9ine’s clients to provide privacy risk management advice, consultation and complex problem-solving on a global level.
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