The Irish Data Protection Commission has published its strategy for 2022-2027, which it claims to have an "ambitious vision" for "five crucial years in the evolution of data protection law, regulation and culture." The DPC points out its plan reflects "the wider context in which it regulates," realising the ongoing change with the sectors and technologies it oversees. The regulator also mentions its regulatory ambitions will require "new partnerships and new ways of engaging" as it seeks to ultimately reach "one overarching objective — to do more, for more."
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