ICCL files complaint against European Commission

27/04/2023 | ICCL

The Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) has filed a new complaint with the EU Ombudsman over the EU Commission's alleged reluctance to collect all information from the total period of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) application to use in its efforts to streamline cooperation of cross-border investigations between GDPR data protection authorities (DPAs). The ICCL claims that a "56 month data deficit," will make it difficult for the Commission to identify areas of "systemic failure" of GDPR enforcement by DPAs. Furthermore, the ICCL said the continued failure to obtain such data "put at risk the fundamental rights and freedoms of all who live in the (EU)."

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Emily O’Reilly European Ombudsman

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