Hogan Lovells launches implementation of Binding Corporate Rules
Hogan Lovells has announced that it has launched the implementation of Binding Corporate Rules (BCRs) for the worldwide protection by the firm of personal information.
BCRs are internal rules providing safeguards for data protection and privacy of individuals and facilitating transfers of personal data protected under European law. The implementation of these rules will assure a level of protection and efficiency to privacy and data protection.
Hogan Lovells has had prior experience with BCRs due to clients of the firm adopting the rules.
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