IAB Europe has published a paper outlining recommendations to improve cross-border enforcement cases under the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Among the recommendations, IAB Europe supports maintaining the one-stop-shop system but calls for early resolutions, including settlements to resolve cases amicably. In addition, IAB Europe calls for increased transparency from data protection authorities and strengthening rules concerning the right for defendants to be heard. The paper is in response to the European Commission's proposal for a new harmonisation law to simplify the process of enforcing the GDPR in cross-border cases.
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