The European Data Protection Board released its 2018 annual report. The report covers the rules of procedure adopted in the first EDPB plenary session and the creation of the EDPB Secretariat. The document also runs down the board’s guidance on certification, territorial scope and accreditation, its opinion on the European Commission’s draft implementing decision on Japan’s adequacy standing, its statement on the proposed ePrivacy Regulation, and its goals for 2019. “In my view, with national Supervisory Authorities working together on an equal footing and the support of a dynamic Secretariat, the EDPB is well equipped for its mission of upholding a high level of data protection across the EEA,” EDPB Chair Andrea Jelinek writes in the report.
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