Council of the EU adopts GDPR harmonisation law negotiating position

13/06/2024 | Council of the European Union

On Thursday, 13 June 2024, the Council of the European Union agreed to a common negotiating position on the proposed harmonisation law for cross-border enforcement of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The Council's position, which amends the draft regulation, focuses on improved data protection authority cooperation and handling of complaints along with a proposed early resolution mechanism for amicable settlements. Member states will now debate their position in trilogue negotiations with the European Parliament and the European Commission.

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