Revisiting EC draft data protection regulation
There is a fresh batch of content on the Taylor Wessing Global Data Hub site, which provides you with insight and guidance on data protection issues.
Data protection developments over the course of 2013 have been dominated by the proposals to reform European data protection law, mainly through the introduction of a new regulation. Various European institutional bodies and regulators have proposed amendments to the current draft and commented on the proposals, but it’s not entirely clear that this has brought us any closer to a new law being passed. As we enter 2014, Taylor Wessing revisits the role and views of key stakeholders and considers the road ahead.
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