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Carina Schalhofer

Carina Schalhofer is a third-year German law student currently following the LL.B. in European Law at Maastricht University. She has a keen interest in European and International Privacy and Data Protection law and wishes to continue her education with a LL.M. in the field. Her dream job would be to eventually work at the European Data Protection Board. You can find more information about this author on her LinkedIn page

International Data Transfers under the UK GDPR – The UK adopts new transfer tools

On 21 March 2021, the UK adopted two documents governing the international transfer of personal...

Having conducted the TIA – What’s next?: Finding effective supplementary measures

In the previous two blog posts, we explored the new obligations imposed by the CJEU in its Schrems...

International Data Transfers: Transferring data to third states under EU GDPR

Since the introduction of the EU GDPR, personal data protection standards in Europe are high. To...

The ‘Chinese GDPR’ – China passes its new Privacy Law.

China has passed its ‘Personal Information Protection Law’ (PIPL).

 
The 20th of...

Third time’s a charm: The Colorado Privacy Act

Following the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) and the Virginia Consumer Data...

GDPR’s one-stop-shop mechanism under scrutiny- Who is competent against Big Tech?

On 15th June 2021, the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) pronounced its...