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The ICO Strategy 2017-2021: Post-Brexit implications for digital businesses operating in the UK

On 1 July 2017 the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (‘ICO’) published its International Strategy 2017-2021 (the ‘Strategy’) with the aim of effectively protecting personal information in a digital global environment, which will have implications for digital businesses. Ben Allgrove, Maura Migliore and Eve-Christie Vermynck of Baker McKenzie LLP assess the content of the Strategy, in the context of the UK’s future relationship with the EU in the lead up to Brexit particularly relating to data flows, and the implications of the Strategy for digital businesses. During the publishing of this article, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport published its plan for a new Data Protection Bill which would put in practice the relevant propositions in the Queen's Speech.

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