- TechCrunch reports the European Commission will launch a new enforcement review plan to ensure adequate application of the EU General Data Protection Regulation. In response to GDPR enforcement questions by the European Ombudsman, the commission will require national data protection authorities to file "an overview of large-scale cross-border investigations under the GDPR" every two months.
- A study released by the commission on the impact of developments in digital advertising highlights "a strong case to reform digital advertising" as the "status quo is unsustainable for individuals, publishers and advertisers."
- The commission also released guidance to assist companies in complying with the Digital Services Act's user reporting requirements. The reporting will help determine whether increased DSA obligations for "very large" online platforms and search engines are to be applied.
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