Deltatre Statement on Personal Data Transfers

Deltatre is a group active on a global scale and has therefore commercial relationships with clients, partners and suppliers established not only in the EU but also in Countries which are not part of the Union or of the EEA (hereinafter “Third Countries”).

While processing and transferring personal data in the context of its business activities, Deltatre pays the utmost attention to privacy and data protection matters from a legal, organizational and technical perspective.

As regards the transfer of personal data from the EU/EEA to Third Countries, Deltatre acts pursuant to Chapter V of EU Regulation 679/2016 (“GDPR”).

Further to the judgement of the European Court of Justice of 16 July 2020 (C-311/18 – Schrems II), the Privacy Shield, that applied to EU-US data flows, is no longer valid and, therefore, Deltatre is no longer transferring personal data to the US in reliance on the Privacy Shield framework.

In the current complex framework, Deltatre has adopted an internal procedure according to which it:

  • has a constantly updated picture of its international data flows and it regularly verifies that the data transfers are adequate, relevant and limited to what is necessary in relation to the purposes for which they are transferred;
  • carries out assessments on its data importers aimed at verifying if there is anything in the law or practice of the Third Country that may impinge on the effectiveness of the appropriate safeguards of the transfer tools Deltatre is relying on in the context of a specific transfer;
  • monitors the level of protection afforded to the data transfer to Third Countries.

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Last update: January 2021