Out-Law.com reports on German DPAs’ outlining their position on the proposed “one-stop shop” in the EU’s General Draft Data Protection Regulation. The “one-stop shop” proposal would require oganisations operating in the EU “to engage with just one DPA, in the country of their ‘main establishment,’ rather than every DPA in the EU member states they are active in.” The German DPAs believe authorities “should have powers to protect the privacy of people in the country in which they are based even if organisations serving those people are based elsewhere,” the report states.
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