The European Commission plans to examine whether infringement procedures are necessary for member states that are not compliant with the EU General Data Protection Regulation, Euractiv reports. Commissioner for Justice Didier Reynders said infringement procedures are only one part of the goal to have widespread GDPR compliance. “But as you know, that is not the first tool,” Reynders said. “The first tool is to try to have correct implementation by the member states and with enough resources to all the different national data protection authorities.”
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