A new European Data Protection Board (EDPB) report carried out by researchers of the Centre de Recherche, Information, Droit et Société at the University of Namur, Belgium, examines the enforcement powers available to data protection authorities (DPAs) against third-country controllers or processors that fall under the scope of Article 3(2) of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), but are not willing to cooperate and have not designated a European Economic Area (EEA) or European Union (EU) representative. The report focuses on organisations based in the UK, the US state of California and, where possible, the People’s Republic of China.
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