- GDPR provisions and force majeure clauses
- How has the exemption available for controllers under the GDPR in relation to liability to compensate data subjects changed?
- Has the change to the exemption under the GDPR led to practitioners giving more attention to its interplay with contractual force majeure provisions? In particular, what impact might there be on controller-to-controller, controller-to-processor and joint controller arrangements?
Information Law analysis: David Wynne-Griffith, associate at Simmons & Simmons, and James Cotter, partner at the firm, consider the interaction between force majeure clauses and data protection provisions in agreements in light of the General Data Protection Regulation, Regulation (GDPR).
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