Ireland's Data Protection Commissioner, Helen Dixon, recently spoke about a range of data protection topics in an interview with Politico. Dixon discussed the effectiveness of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and its enforcement, the ongoing debate over Meta's tiered subscription model, cross-border data transfers, and the role of data protection authorities in regulating artificial intelligence. Dixon's insights come ahead of her departure from the DPC in February, after having overseen some of the most significant investigations into tech companies' GDPR violations.
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