Privacy Advisor

Deutsche Post sheds light on BCR approval process

05.01.2011
Deutsche Post DHL, a postal and logistics group that employs 500,000 individuals in 220 countries, has become the first German company to have its privacy policy approved by the country’s data protection authority. The Office of the German Federal Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information’s approval of the company’s binding corporate rules (BCR) allows Deutsche Post to transfer personal data abroad without having to gain approval for each individual transfer.

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