The U.K.'s Information Commissioner's Office has said that the Article 29 Working Party will release a guidance on "the topics of transparency, high risk processing, certification and administrative fines under the General Data Protection Regulation," Out-Law.com reports. "The ICO said it would supplement the Working Party's guidance with two further sets of GDPR guidance for organizations operating specifically in the U.K.," the report states. "Consistency across the EU is one of the key drivers of the GDPR, and the Article 29 Working Party ... is leading the way developing guidelines on some of the key aspects of the law," said the ICO's Jo Pedder. "As the U.K. member of the Article 29 Working Party, we’re inputting into this process and taking a lead role on a number of priority guidelines aimed at organisations."
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