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In a blog post for Hogan Lovells’ Chronicle of Data Protection, Partner Eduardo Ustaran, CIPP/E, examines the much-discussed one-stop-shop proposal. Recent news that the Belgian Privacy Commission claims competence to take action against Facebook is the “boldest claim” by an EU data protection authority since last year’s Google Spain decision, Ustaran points out, and what “will in fact become a crucial aspect—both strategically and practically—of data protection compliance is the question of which national authority will be competent to regulate the EU data activities of a global organization.” Though “one stop shop” may be “an oversimplification,” a “credible approach,” Ustaran writes, will “rely on a multi-party outreach strategy where one authority becomes the focal point of interaction whilst others are kept actively in the loop.”
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