If there was a takeaway from the IAPP Data Protection Intensive — Paris session, "The Regulators' View," it was surely this: The General Data Protection Regulation has created massive shifts in how data protection authorities in the EU must budget, staff, prioritize and operate. At the event here in Paris Wednesday, Cathal Ryan, assistant commissioner at the Data Protection Commission in Ireland, said the most obvious change is the sheer workload. Michael Kaiser, data protection officer at the Hesse Data Protection Authority in Germany, said the DPA has been so inundated with complaints and breach notifications, that it's like "everyone seems to think that under the GDPR, data processing is no longer lawful." Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, has the details in this exclusive for The Privacy Advisor.
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