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What would No-Deal Brexit mean for Irish Data Transfers?

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The future of trade between the UK and the EU, including the Republic of Ireland, post-Brexit has been at the centre of the negotiations between the British government and European institutions. The UK is Ireland’s largest trading partner after the USA, and many businesses rely upon the flow of goods, people and information between the two countries. With a no-deal Brexit now a real possibility (albeit one both the UK and EU insist they are doing the utmost to prevent) and the 30 March 2019 deadline fast approaching, the Irish Data Protection Commission has released guidance on the procedures Irish businesses should take in the event of a no-deal exit.

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What would a No-Deal Brexit mean for Irish Data Transfers

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