MEPs discuss GDPR implementation
On Thursday, March 17, MEPs and guest speakers took stock of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) implementation, after it has been in force for almost four years.
MEPs and experts discussed current issues in three thematic panels: (i) Data subjects’ rights, (ii) Enforcement and collaboration and (iii) Significant and cross-border cases.
In their reactions, MEPs asked what kind of deadlines should be introduced for decisions, which technical solutions could improve case-handling, and what the impact of the CJEU’s recent ruling on the one-stop-shop is. At the same time, they would like to see the Commission take a more active role in enforcing the law, instead of private actors and NGOs.
Source: Data protection: MEPs, experts discussed how landmark EU rules have been applied | News | European Parliament