EU Enforcers Cite Growing Pains, Caution In GDPR Rollout
Law360 (May 2, 2019, 7:28 PM EDT) -- European data protection chiefs shed some light Thursday on why they have been slow to issue fines under the General Data Protection Regulation, with the U.K. authority comparing the new regime to a "teething toddler" and Ireland's watchdog urging those seeking precedent-setting rulings to be patient.
Europe's data protection chiefs say the General Data Protection Regulation still has "teething problems" as regulators weigh action against tech giants such as Facebook, Twitter and Apple. (AP) "The GDPR is still a toddler law, having some teething problems," said Elizabeth Denham, head of the U.K. Information Commissioner's Office, during the keynote panel at the...
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