Third Countries

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A third country is a country which the EU does not deem ‘adequate’ in terms of its laws surrounding data protection.  By nature of the fact that the list of adequate countries is expected to change regularly, by default so will the list of third countries.

Any personal data which is being transferred to a third country must be protected by additional safeguards.

Mark Roebuck

Mark Roebuck

Building a career around data led programme management Mark recognised that existing data compliance solutions were complex and difficult for clients to use. Frustrated with the options he founded ProvePrivacy to provide an effective and simple to use data protection compliance solution.

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