The UK is out EU GDPR data protection
The General Data Protection Regulation is a consumer data protection law implemented in the European Union. The purpose of this regulation is to restrict Internet service providers’ unauthorized collection of user privacy data.
This regulation is currently the most stringent bill on privacy data protection in the world, and its scope of implementation directly covers all member states of the European Union.
Both Google and Microsoft have been investigated for collecting user data, but the General Data Protection Regulation no longer supports the United Kingdom after Brexit.
The UK itself does not have bills such as the General Data Protection Regulation so, after the formal Brexit, the UK is out EU GDPR data protection.
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Google is currently secretly planning to move Google’s UK user accounts out of the control of the EU data security and privacy regulators.
After the UK’s departure from the European Union, the General Data Protection Regulation no longer supports the UK, which also means that Internet service providers such as Google no longer need to follow the regulation.
A person familiar with the matter said that Google was writing a new privacy clause and asked to accept it, which includes these new jurisdictions for user data management in the UK.