3. If the United States, on the one hand, and the European Union or a Member State, on the other hand, enter into an agreement on the transfer of personal data that is not provided for in cases, investigations or prosecutions, the transmission of personal data can only take place under certain conditions provided by the agreement and which duly justify their transfer. The agreement also provides for appropriate information mechanisms between the relevant authorities. 2. The subsequent processing of personal data by a contracting party is not inconsistent with the purposes for which it was transmitted. Compatible treatment includes treatment in accordance with the provisions of existing international agreements and a written international framework for the prevention, detection, investigation or prosecution of serious criminal offences. The entire processing of personal data by other national law enforcement, regulatory or management authorities must comply with the other provisions of this agreement. NOTE that some existing agreements between the parties on the processing of personal data demonstrate that these agreements provide an adequate level of data protection under these agreements, the contracting parties state that this agreement should not be interpreted in such a way as to modify, resurrect or otherwise delineate these agreements; Noting that the obligations set out in Article 19 of the Agreement on Judicial Protection would apply to all transfers within the scope of this Agreement, without prejudice to any future revision or modification of these agreements, in accordance with its terms, 2. If the United States, on the one hand, and the European Union or a Member State, on the other hand, enter into an agreement on the transfer of personal data, with the exception of individual cases, investigations or prosecutions, this agreement also sets out the standards and conditions under which such information can be processed, taking due account of the nature of the information and the purpose for which it is used. Agreement between the EU and the United States on protection standards for the transfer of personal data between EU and US law enforcement agencies The final Umbrella agreement was concluded in 1988 and signed in 1990. This is the general “Umbrella” agreement of the Yukon Landclaims package and provides for the general agreement reached by the three parties in a number of areas. Although the agreement is not a legal document, it is a “political” agreement between the three parties.
The Umbrella Agreement contains several main themes, all of which are covered. These include the country (Chapter 9), compensation (Chapter 19), administrative autonomy (Chapter 24) and the creation of boards of directors and committees and tribunals to ensure the joint management of a number of specific areas (specific chapters). 1. This agreement complements, if any, the personal data protection provisions contained in international agreements between the parties or the United States and the Member States that deal with matters within the scope of this agreement. 3. Where the parties or the United States and one Member State have entered into another agreement, the purpose of which is also within the scope of this agreement, providing for joint audits, these joint audits cannot be replicated and, if so, their findings are made on the results of the joint review of this agreement. The agreement provides for a number of personal data protection measures when exchanged between the police and criminal justice services, including: 1. This agreement applies to personal data transmitted between the competent authorities of one party and the competent authorities of the other party or transferred by other means in accordance with an agreement between the United States and the European Union or its Member States. , for the prevention, detection, detection and prosecution of criminal offences, including terrorism.