With the Brexit transition period ending on 31 December 2020, and no deal in sight, the future of cross-border data transfers between the European Economic Area (the EEA) and the United Kingdom remains unclear. On 1 January 2021, the United Kingdom will be considered as a “third country” and, unless a Brexit deal is proposed dealing with data protection and how data transfers between the EEA and the United Kingdom are to be treated, it could be significantly more difficult for European Union (EU)-based entities to transfer personal data to the United Kingdom.

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  1. Adoption of the minutes and of the agenda
    1. Minutes of the 35th EDPB meeting
    2. Draft agenda of the 36th EDPB meeting
  2. Current Focus of the EDPB Members
    1. FAQ regarding clarifications of the consequences of the Schrems II judgement
    2. Decision making under art. 65 – Role of the Secretariat 2.3. Update by SA
  3. FOR DISCUSSION AND/OR ADOPTION – Expert Subgroups and Secretariat
    1. Secretariat
      1. September plenary meeting
      2. Legal studies
    2. Coordinators ESG
      1. Focus of the ESG until spring 2021
  4. Any other business
  1. Adoption of the minutes and of the agenda
    1. Minutes of the 34th EDPB meeting
    2. Draft agenda of the 35th EDPB meeting
  2. Current Focus of the EDPB Members
    1. Decision-making under Art. 65 GDPR
  3. FOR DISCUSSION AND/OR ADOPTION – Expert Subgroups and Secretariat
    1. International Transfers ESG
      1. Impact of Brexit on BCRs and management of ICO-led BCRs
    2. RoP drafting team
      1. Transparency of EDPB minutes
    3. Secretariat
      1. Legal studies
  4. Any other business