The European Commission may decide that standard contractual clauses provide sufficient data protection guarantees so that data can be transferred internationally. Model clauses only deal with data transfer. The data exporter must continue to meet all other local data protection requirements. With respect to the export of data to a data publisher, the wording text “processor” in the model clauses is not normally sufficient to meet the legal and regulatory requirements for written contractual clauses for data publishers. Additional contractual guarantees are required. In the event of an export of data to a processing manager, the data exporter must be assured that the proposed disclosure is fair and lawful, that it meets all the required legal bases of use and that it is proportionate to the requirements, or that it is an illegal disclosure. This directive sets the basis for the management of personal data in the EU. It is the legal framework under which Microsoft transfers personal data from the EU. In accordance with this policy and our contractual agreements, Microsoft acts as responsible for customer data. The client acts as responsible for processing, final ownership and liability for the fact that the data can be legally made available to Microsoft for processing outside the EEA. In particular, standard clauses are often not suitable for a situation where complex processing of personal data is required. An organization, which is a single legal entity, could work on a branch structure and find itself in a difficult situation. The larger the company, the more difficult it will be, because a particular organization would require hundreds of clauses, both administrative and costly.
On the other hand, small businesses may find the costs unattractive to the BBCR. In addition, the BBC does not cover transfers to third parties – other means are needed when the organisation transfers personal data outside its group. Many argue that the more complex the installation, the greater the degree of vulnerability and the more vulnerable a company becomes to injury. Standard contractual clauses for data transfers between the EU and third countries. There are three types of model clauses, so it is important to understand the role of the recipient who imports personal data to ensure that the correct version is used. If the importer uses this data only for the account and instruction of the “customer” data exporter (for example. B of a hosting service), the importer is a data processor and is responsible for standard type data clauses (2010). This scenario can occur when a company in the group acts as an internal service provider for other related companies within a group of companies and an external provider does so.