During a keynote presentation at the IAPP Data Protection Intensive: France 2023 conference in Paris this week, the French Data Protection Authority (DPA) Secretary General Louis Dutheillet de Lamoth discussed the main areas of focus for the DPA over the coming years. As one of the more active DPAs, the trend is likely to continue in 2023, with mobile apps, artificial intelligence, and cybersecurity being among the main focus areas.
In related news, the French DPA has published a list of topics prioritised for investigations in 2023. The priority topics include the use of smart cameras by public organisations, personal credit repayment incident files used by banks, access to electronic patient records, and user tracking by mobile applications.
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