Five Countries Failing To Implement GDPR, EU Says

Law360, London (January 28, 2019, 4:43 PM GMT) -- Members of the European Union that have failed to implement the General Data Protection Regulation have been urged to get the regime onto their books, as the European Commission revealed that more than 95,000 EU citizens have reported information breaches to their national regulators.

The European Union’s executive arm called on Portugal, Bulgaria, Greece, Slovenia and the Czech Republic to adopt necessary legislation “as soon as possible” to enact GDPR, the wide-reaching rulebook that entered into force in May.

“We are already beginning to see the positive effects of the new rules,” First Vice-President Frans Timmermans, Vice President Andrus Ansip, and...

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