Coalition of NGOs express concern over GDPR harmonisation law

21/06/2023 | EURACTIV

A group of 24 non-governmental organisations (NGOs), including Access Now, Article 19, the European Consumer Organisation (BEUC), EDRi and NOYB, have written an open letter to the European Commission, calling for it to maintain the rights of complainants as full parties in cross-border cases of privacy violations under the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The NGOs are concerned they may lose rights in their own cases as the Commission works on legislation to harmonise GDPR enforcement. 

The Commission is expected to publish a proposal for a GDPR harmonisation law in July. 

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