The European Data Protection Board announced the election of Aleid Wolfsen as deputy chair at its 10th plenary session Tuesday. Wolfsen, the chairman of the Dutch Supervisory Authority, replaces Willem Debeuckelaere as one of two deputies to EDPB Chair Andrea Jelinek. "In the years to come, it is our responsibility as Board to deliver authoritative guidance and sound advice. I will make it my responsibility as Deputy Chair that we take on board all opinions, and ultimately speak with one voice," Wolfsen said. Also during the session, the EDPB adopted a letter responding to a separate letter on the sharing of drivers' personal data with car producers and third parties without various consents or legal premise. The EDPB used the session to designate the countries that will represent the board during the annual Privacy Shield review, as well.
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