European Commission seeks feedback on GDPR harmonisation law

10/07/2023 | European Commission

The European Commission is seeking feedback from relevant stakeholders following last week's announcement of a proposed new harmonisation law to simplify the process of enforcing the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in cross-border cases. Interested parties have until 4 September to respond. The Commission will present a summarised version of the feedback to the European Parliament and Council in order to contribute to the ongoing legislative discussion.

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