Legal analysis of the EU's GDPR procedural rules proposal

08/02/2024 | DOT Europe

A legal analysis conducted by Yann Padova at the request of DOT Europe has raised concerns about the European Parliament's proposed changes to EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) procedural rules. The new harmonisation law analysis highlights serious risks to fundamental rights, conflicts with the existing GDPR, and disincentives for early resolution of complaints and use of amicable settlements. The Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs published its Draft Report on the GDPR Procedural Rules Proposal in November 2023, offering significant changes to the Proposal. Constantin Gissler, Director General at DOT Europe, has called for an in-depth and transparent exchange between policymakers, legal professionals, and stakeholders to ensure that any changes made are consistent with the EU's fundamental rights framework and the existing GDPR.

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