Commentary & Scholarship
Post-Brexit data protection in the UK – leaving the EU but not EU data protection law behind, in Research Handbook on Privacy and Data Protection Law Values, Norms and Global Politics, (Edward Elgar 2022), Editors, Gloria González Fuster, Rosamunde Van Brakel and Paul De Hert.(pp35-58)
Response (Chapter 3) to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) “Data: A New Direction” consultation on reforms to UK data protection law following the UK’s departure from the European Union. (27.11.21) (pp.31-35)
Podcast: Mc Cullagh, K. & Fletcher, A. After Brexit: What has changed? Data And Digital Regulation, Negotiating the Future Podcast Series, (May 2021)
Laurie Clarke, (quotes Karen Mc Cullagh), The latest UK-EU data adequacy roadblock is a sign of trouble to come, TechMonitor, (24.05.21)
Data Protection (pp. 27-29) in 'UK Regulation after Brexit, published on the UK in a Changing Europe website, (28.02.21)
Brexit 'not done' for data protection, published on the DCU Brexit Blog (09.01.21)
EU-UK Trade Deal: Implications for Personal Data Transfers, published on Blogdroiteuropeen (06.01.21)
Brexit and Data Protection: an Illusory Opportunity for Divergence? published on the DCU Brexit Institute blog (17.11.20)
Diginomica/government (quotes Karen Mc Cullagh) Thought GDPR was a headache? Try data transfers after a no-deal Brexit ... (14.08.19)
Digninomica (quotes Karen Mc Cullagh), Forget the Port of Dover, think Port 80 if a no-deal Brexit happens, (13.08.19)
UK: GDPR adaptions and preparations for withdrawal from the EU, in National Adaptations of the GDPR, Tambou, O., Mc Cullagh, K. & Bourton, S. (eds.), Luxembourg: Blogdroiteuropéen, p. 108-119 (Collection Open Access Book, Blogdroiteuropeen, Luxembourg) 27 Feb 2019.
Brexit The draft Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration - Implications for Data Protection Blogdroiteuropeen, (21.11.18).
The Law Society Gazette, (quotes Karen Mc Cullagh) Snooping could threaten post Brexit data law, (29.08.17).
BBC, Chris Baraniuk (quotes Karen Mc Cullagh) Brexit: UK seeks data transfer pact with the EU, (24.08.17)
Brexit: potential trade and data implications for digital and ‘fintech’ industries, article in International Data Privacy Law, (2017) 7 (1) 7-21.