DPC disputes accuracy of Oireachtas Committee's 2021 GDPR report

23/01/2023 | Irish Examiner

The Oireachtas Joint Committee on Justice in Ireland has informed Graham Doyle, head of corporate affairs, media and communications for the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC), that it is satisfied with how its 2021 report on the General Data Protection Regulation was produced. Mr Doyle wrote a letter to the Committee on 30 December last year, 18 months after the report's publication, claiming it contained "a number of inaccuracies". In response, the Committee offered the DPC an opportunity to "come before the committee where it can put forward its point of view" on the publication of the DPC's 2022 annual report. 

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