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Danish government publishes guide on transferring data to third countries

Friday 29 September 2017 | 12:37 CET | News
The Danish Data Protection Agency, the Digitisation Authority, Business Authority and Ministry of Justice have published guidance on transferring personal data to third countries. It said this is the first of a series of data protection publications that the agencies have committed to bringing out before the end of January 2018. The guide says the chapter 5 of Denmark's data security regulations on sending data to foreign countries is largely based on European rules.

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