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Europe Data Protection Digest | Belgium adopts law restructuring Belgian Privacy Commission Related reading: Supreme Court rules warrants generally needed in Carpenter v. US case

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Belgium has officially adopted a new law reforming the Belgian Privacy Commission, replacing it with the Belgian Data Protection Authority, Hunton & Williams Privacy and Information Security Law Blog reports. The law was created to ensure the agency can fulfill its obligations under the EU General Data Protection Regulation, as the previous Privacy Commission had limited powers to prosecute, and no authority to implement sanctions. The Belgian DPA will have six new sector committees, including an Executive Committee to approve the agency’s budget and strategy plan, and a General Secretariat to oversee its daily operations.
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