France’s data protection authority, the CNIL, released a report on its activity last year and the topics it will focus on in 2019. The CNIL covered its work related to the EU General Data Protection Regulation in 2018. The agency revealed it received 11,077 complaints over the past year, up 32.5% compared to 2017. The CNIL took on 310 investigations and issued 49 orders and 11 sanctions. For 2019, the CNIL aims to put an emphasis on data subject access rights, children’s data and the responsibilities of data processors.
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