11 drafting flaws for the European Commission to address in its upcoming GDPR review

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Abstract

In May 2020, the European Commission is scheduled to deliver its first review report on the EU General Data Protection Regulation. The preparations are well underway, but rumor has it the commission does not intend to draft proposals to reform the GDPR and does not even intend to repair apparent flaws in the drafting.
The limited appetite for a substantial reform is understandable, but I find it harder to justify the commission would not be willing to remedy apparent flaws. In my opinion, there are quite a few inconsistencies in various provisions, though there is always a risk the wish is the father of the thought
Original languageEnglish
Place of Publicationhttps://iapp.org
PublisherIAPP
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 25 Feb 2020

Keywords

  • GDPR

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