When it comes to assuming ultimate responsibility for a certain number of personal data, the goat stops at the person in charge of the processing, so it is important to know if it is you. As a general rule, data processing is not of primary interest for the end result of data processing. A data processor will certainly benefit from the treatment. Otherwise, there would be no reason for them to do so. But they are dealing with personal data because someone has asked them to do it. When a company acts as a data processor with respect to a number of personal data, the processor is responsible for carrying out those obligations. But then there is the data that the company receives from the processing manager or collects on its behalf. This personal data can only be processed on the reference of a DPA. A. Where the processing manager is established in the EEA and transfers personal data to Snap Inc., Snap Aus Pty Ltd.
or Snap Group Limited (in the absence of a legal mechanism automatically authorizing an unrestricted transfer to the United Kingdom), the standard contractual clauses are inserted into this agreement by reference and apply to that transfer. Clause 6 against the data exporter or importer because it has disappeared in fact or no longer exists or has become insolvent and no successor organization has assumed, contractually or by law, all the legal obligations of the data exporter or data importer. This liability of one-third of the subprocessor is limited to its own processing operations in accordance with the clauses.