MEPs urge the Commission to amend UK adequacy decisions
The European Parliament’s Civil Liberties Committee passed a resolution saying the European Commission should amend its draft decision on UK data protection to bring it in line with EU court rulings and the opinions of the EU privacy supervisor.
The EDPB considers that UK bulk access practises, onward transfers and its international agreements require further clarification. MEPs find that, if the implementing decisions are adopted without changes, national data protection authorities should suspend transfers of personal data to the UK when indiscriminate access to personal data is possible.
Source: Data protection: MEPs urge the Commission to amend UK adequacy decisions | News | European Parliament