EU Privacy Cops Urged To More Consistently Enforce GDPR

Law360 (June 24, 2020, 10:14 PM EDT) -- The European Union's landmark General Data Protection Regulation has given individuals more control over their personal data and has prompted companies to boost their privacy protections, but work is still needed to ensure that the law is being enforced consistently and vigorously, the European Commission said Wednesday.

In a highly anticipated evaluation report published Wednesday, the commission looked back on the first two years of the GDPR, an overhaul of the bloc's data protection regime that tightened restrictions on the use and flow of EU citizens' personal data and took effect in May 2018.

The commission concluded that the regulation has...

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