“After nearly two years of deliberations, the European Parliament has come out of the legislative closet with its proposed view for a new EU data privacy framework,” writes Field Fisher Waterhouse Partner Eduardo Ustaran, CIPP/E. “In many respects, the parliament has surprised many of its critics by delivering a draft proposal which is more measured than the European Commission's original text.” In this Privacy Perspectives installment, Ustaran lays out what he believes will happen to the proposed EU regulation and how many of the measures therein “are set to have a very direct impact on the cost of compliance.”
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