EU Data Protection reform enters final discussion stage

First proposed at the start of 2012, the data protection reform has already gone through the European Parliament, which adopted its version in March last year.

Five chapters remain to be wrapped up at the EU Presidency level in the next few weeks. They include issues on data subject rights, sanctions, definitions, final provisions, and the complex legal interpretations of implemented and delegated acts (secondary legislation).

Country: EU

Domains: Privacy

Stakeholder: European Bodies

Tags: human rights, General Data Protection Regulation, reform, data protection, EU, privacy

Posted on Sunday 24 May 2015

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