Data protection and compensation: the “irreversible march” towards revolutionary change – Panopticon

Posted March 24th, 2014 in compensation, data protection, EC law, news by sally

‘At 11KBW’s Information Law conference this past Tuesday, I talked a bit about the progress of the draft EU Data Protection Regulation. I omitted to mention last week’s development (my reason: I was on holiday in Venice, where data protection seemed less pressing). In a plenary session on 12 March, the European Parliament voted overwhelmingly in support of the Commission’s current draft of the Regulation. This is all explain in this Memo from the European Commission. Here are some key points.’

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Panopticon, 21st March 2014