Third countries are not automatically bound by the GDPR. Therefore, it is in principle not allowed to transfer personal data to a third country, unless:
Legal ICT can help you find out whether you are allowed to transfer data outside the European Union. If you are not allowed to transfer data outside the EU but would like to do so, we can explore the possibilities for you.
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Some organisations are required to maintain a register of processing activities under the General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’).
The processor and the party that is responsible for the personal data (‘the controller’) are legally required to conclude a data processing agreement with each other;
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