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EU Parliamentary Elections: What Impact on the EU Data Protection Reform?

By: Sophie Noya On May 22-25, EU citizens elected Members of the European Parliament (“MEPs”) for a five-year term.  Several of the key parliamentary decision-makers on the data protection reform have been reelected, including the strongest supporters of far-reaching privacy rights such as the rapporteur, German Green Member Jan Philipp Albrecht, and Dutch Liberal Sophia … Continue Reading

European Parliament’s Lead Committee for the Proposed EU General Data Protection Regulation Postpones Vote

The Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) Committee of the European Parliament (EP)– the EP’s lead committee for the European Commission’s legislative proposal for a General Data Protection Regulation to replace the current EU Data Protection Directive–was supposed to vote at the end of April on the proposed amendments to the draft Regulation. However, … Continue Reading
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