EDPS publishes 2023 Annual Report

09/04/2024 | EDPS

The Office of the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) has published its 2023 Annual Report. In the press release, Wojciech WiewiĆ³rowski, EDPS, said: "2023 has been one of adaptability in light of digital and regulatory advancements. More than ever, multilateral and cross-border collaboration have proved crucial to achieve and elevate data protection standards in the EU and beyond. As we move to 2024, coinciding with the EDPS' 20th Anniversary, my institution's role is to anticipate and prepare for the data protection challenges of the next two decades."

On the subject of artificial intelligence, EDPS highlighted that his office's "prompt advice" to the EU co-legislators helped to ensure that adoption of the technology will follow "a human-centric approach, complying with the fundamental rights to privacy and data protection."

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