(f) at the request of the data exporter, to present its data processing services for the review of processing activities covered by the clauses, carried out by the data exporter or by a supervisory body composed of independent members and holding the required professional qualifications, which are bound by a confidentiality obligation, possibly selected by the data exporter in agreement with the supervisory authority; The purpose of the CSSC`s model agreement is to facilitate the use of arbitration procedures by the parties in ongoing litigation if the parties have not previously agreed on a compromise clause. After the ups and downs of the dispute, entry agreements were entered into and contained a reference to the case at issue. A standard discount agreement is a useful tool for parties negotiating an existing dispute and considering arbitration procedures as an alternative to litigation. The data importer agrees and guarantees:a) to process personal data only on behalf of the data exporter and in accordance with its instructions and clauses; if, for whatever reason, it is unable to comply, it undertakes to immediately inform the data exporter of its inability to comply, in which case the data exporter is authorized to suspend the transfer of data and/or terminate the contract; The agreements are available in English, Swedish and Russian. The Commission found that it considered that its proposed clauses not only met the requirements of Article 46 (standard contractual clauses for international transfers), but also met Article 28, when used by an EU comptroller with a subcontractor. Article 28 details the requirements for contracting subcontractors and subcontractors in general (whether or not personal data is exported outside the EEA) and these obligations are often negotiated between companies. The aspects of the scSc project are relatively bare bones and may be favoured by processors who do not want to agree on custom obligations for all the controllers they work with. The relatively minimalist approach is somewhat at odds with the approach: that the EDPB follows in its recent guidelines for processing managers and subcontractors (see « New guidelines for processing managers and subcontractors: time to verify data processing agreements »), which specify that the obligations under Article 28 are the essential content of a data processing contract, but that they are not sufficient in themselves and should be supplemented by detailed provisions defining the respective obligations of those responsible and subcontractors of the processing. In at least one case, draft contracts reach « commercial issues » that are not normally dealt with by regulators and spread the costs of data protection verification between the parties. The Commission`s note shows that the use of CCS for the purposes of Section 28 is not necessary and that the parties can supplement these provisions with additional conditions. Given the timing of the two announcements, it is impossible to read the Commission`s draft without thinking about the six-step EDPB process for assessing data transfers. It appears that there are a number of differences of opinion on the approach that controllers expect.