European Commission Vice President for Values and Transparency Věra Jourová warned against more EU General Data Protection Regulation enforcement power being given to EU institutions if consistent enforcement among member states cannot be reached, Politico reports. Jourová said member states will need to "collectively show that GDPR enforcement is effective" or risk potential reform that would "go towards more centralization." Those added powers would likely be handed to the European Commission or the European Data Protection Board. Jourová previously discussed perceived GDPR enforcement issues.
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