Thursday, December 3, 2015

More of GDPR Comes Into Focus: Fines, DPOs and Breaches

With eight trilogue meetings in the books, the negotiators looking to reach a final draft of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation by Christmas are in the home stretch. Yet again this week, Green MEP Jan Philipp Albrecht, Parliamentarian rapporteur for the GDPR, reported a goal of reaching an agreement before the end of the year. No party from the Commission or Council has indicated anything to the contrary. 

Rather, we are now seeing the release of compromise positions as lobbying from consumer and industry groups intensify. 

Most recently, released two documents from the Luxembourg presidency, the first is a 186-page consolidated draft of the entire document in “preparation for trilogue,” which will continue with meetings December 10 and 15, the second is a targeted summary of proposed compromise positionsthat the Luxembourg presidency would like for the full Council to consider. 

The presidency asks that the Council’s Committee of Permanent Representatives (COREPER) consider the recommended compromise positions when it meets Dec. 2.

by Sam Pfeifle
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