The Spanish Data Protection Agency (DPA) is described as "one of the more enforcement-oriented DPAs in the EU," but parliament has modified its penalty structure to lower many fines, the Hogan Lovells Chronicle of Data Protection reports. The main modifications include warning businesses and giving them a set amount of time to resolve breaches before fines would be levied and changes in the level of infringement for certain transfers of personal data, the report states. The modifications were announced in the wake of Europe's highest court's review of the DPA's order that Google remove links to Web content due to privacy concerns.
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