Politico reports members of European Parliament are making clear their displeasure regarding the U.K.'s plans to overhaul its data protection laws and risk the EU-U.K. adequacy. A recent meeting between MEPs and U.K. officials left EU representatives skeptical of the direction of proposed U.K. General Data Protection Regulation reform. French MEP Gwendoline Delbos-Corfield said the presentation on reform was "all about growth and innovation and nothing about human rights," while Italian MEP Fulvio Martusciello said the U.K.'s plan is "giving in on privacy in exchange for business gain." The proposed U.K. Data Protection and Digital Information Bill is under a new public consultation.
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