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. 220.127.116.11 the transfer of personal data from the company by a contract subcontractor to a subcontractor or between two branches of a commercial subcontractor, at least where such transmission would be prohibited by data protection legislation (or by the conditions of data transfer agreements put in place to impose restrictions on data protection); The BBC is a mandatory code of conduct for a group of companies that engages in the same economic activity. They allow the transfer of personal data to third countries and require a licence. The BFR approval mechanism is becoming easier with the application of the General Data Protection Regulation. These contracts are tailor-made and are therefore perfect for large companies that require legally binding agreements. In practice, compliance with EU data protection legislation also means that customers need fewer authorisations from individual authorities to transmit personal data outside the EU, since most EU Member States do not need additional authorisation if the transfer is based on an agreement in accordance with the standard clauses. Compliance is a contractual obligation. Microsoft`s standard contractual clauses are available to all cloud customers under online terms of service.
They must be entered by the data exporter (headquartered in the EEA) and by the data importer (outside the EEA). The EU has standard contract clauses (standard clauses) which are a common standard method for transferring personal data to processing managers and subcontractors in non-EEA third countries. They act as a contract between two legal persons and do not require a licence. Model clauses are often suitable for small businesses, are readily available and can be added to other key agreements between parties.