International Data Transfers post Schrems – Moving Towards Solutions

Autor

  • Dan Jerker B. Svantesson Bond University, Australia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26881/gsp.2021.4.02

Słowa kluczowe:

transfer danych do państw trzecich; adekwatność; standardowe klauzule umowne; RODO

Abstrakt

Ponadgraniczny transfer danych jest niezbędny współczesnemu światu, stanowiąc jednocześnie
znaczące źródło zagrożeń dla ochrony danych osobowych. W tym kontekście możemy mówić
o konflikcie pomiędzy ważnym, wieloaspektowym zadaniem do zrealizowania a ochroną złożonego,
podstawowego prawa człowieka, którego skutki wykraczają daleko poza samo prawo.
Celem musi być ułatwienie ochrony prywatności danych przy poszanowaniu potrzeby ponadgranicznego
przekazywania danych. Jednak zgoda co do określenia celu – nawet jeśli powszechna
– niekoniecznie oznacza porozumienie co do sposobu jego osiągnięcia. Aby poczynić
postępy, musimy postępować ostrożnie, a jednocześnie unikać ugrzęźnięcia w gąszczu nieuniknionych
wyzwań, z którymi przyjdzie nam się zmierzyć, takich jak choćby wyzwania terminologiczne.

 

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Opublikowane

2021-12-15

Jak cytować

Svantesson, D. J. B. (2021). International Data Transfers post Schrems – Moving Towards Solutions. Gdańskie Studia Prawnicze, (4(52)/2021), 21–37. https://doi.org/10.26881/gsp.2021.4.02