Luxembourg’s National Commission for Data Protection released its 2020 Activity Report. The CNPD said there were 655 written requests for information, compared to 708 in 2019, with a large number of requests concerning data subjects’ right to access and erase personal data. “These requests demonstrate that citizens are making greater use of the rights granted by the GDPR and that data protection continues to be a major concern,” the CNPD said. Reported data breaches rose to 379, from 354 in 2019, with human error remaining the main cause.
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