Politico has spotted that the European Commission is preparing to address the enforcement issues with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by proposing a new GDPR harmonisation law before the summer. Details are limited, but a new page on the Commission's Published Initiatives section, Further specifying procedural rules relating to the enforcement of the GDPR, reveals the Commission's plans.
"This initiative will streamline cooperation between national data protection authorities when enforcing the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in cross-border cases. To this end, it will harmonise some aspects of the administrative procedure the national data protection authorities apply in cross-border cases. This will support a smooth functioning of the GDPR cooperation and dispute resolution mechanisms."
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