‘The Hotel California Effect: The Future of EU Data Protection Influence in the UK’

Paul M Schwartz, ‘The Data Privacy Law of Brexit: Theories of Preference Change’, 22(2) Theoretical Inquires in Law 111 (2021). The tension between the forces of nationalism and globalism has reached its peak with the United Kingdom’s decision to break with the European Union. This dramatic move continues to impact countless economic sectors and, more importantly, the lives of many citizens. Yet all is calm on the data protection front. The UK has decided to continue applying the EU’s strict GDPR. In this timely and intriguing article, Paul Schwartz strives to explain why this happened, as well predict what’s next for data protection and the British Isles … (more)

[Tal Zarsky, JOTWELL, 23 November]

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