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Europe Data Protection Digest | Exploring the Dutch DPA’s fine for not appointing an EU representative Related reading: Garante alleges OpenAI's ChatGPT violated GDPR

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The fine for not appointing an EU General Data Protection Regulation representative imposed by the Netherlands' data protection authority, Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens, and a recent high court decision in the U.K. put the spotlight on the obligation of the GDPR's Article 27 and brought some clarity to the role of representative. Prighter Founder Andreas Mätzler, CIPP/E, and Associate Clara Sator take a look at the Dutch case, saying it “shows supervisory authorities are willing to fine instances of noncompliance and enforce the obligation.”
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