Data protection: EU Commission certifies adequate level of protection for South Korea

The European Commission announced its decision on Friday that the level of data protection in the Republic of Korea is comparable to that in Europe. This means companies from South Korea can more easily collect and process data from people located in Europe. Under the basic data protection regulation, the so-called adequacy decision was preceded by negotiations and supplementary agreements between South Korea and the EU.

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