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EDPB issues a press release: supervisory authority survey


12 June 2019

Luxembourg Legal Services



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With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) being in force for over a year, late last month the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) issued a press release containing a snapshot of certain processes in relation to the GDPR.

The EDPB has highlighted some key figures at both a European and national level:

  • at a European level, the EDPB IMI (Internal Market Information System), which is the IT platform to support cooperation and consistency procedures under the GDPR, registered 446 cross-border cases, 205 of which have been followed by One-Stop-Shop procedures (procedures in front of a lead supervisory authority in case of cross border processing): 19 have so far resulted in final outcomes;
  • at a national level, over 144 000 individual queries and complaints and over 89 000 data breach notifications have been logged by the EEA Supervisory Authorities: 37% of those are ongoing.

This has inter alia confirmed that individuals are increasingly aware of their data protection rights (67% of EU citizens polled indicated that they have heard of the GDPR, representing an increase of 20% in relation to the survey run in 2015).

Should you have any questions or require any assistance with ensuring compliance with the GDPR, please contact Ogier in Luxembourg.

For further information, you can also view our at a glance guide here.



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