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The GDPR has been in force for two years now. It’s been an effective driver for change, certainly in awareness raising, and we can be confident that there is a large enough community of engaged people to sustain its effect over years to come. However, in one of the most critical areas - regulatory enforcement - the progress has been patchy. Indeed, some commentators are concerned that under performance in this area is creating a ‘regulatory gap’. If that’s true, what will fill the vacuum? Could we be looking at a potential for more litigation-driven enforcement of rights and principles? If so, is this a good thing, or a bad thing?
In this session we will review the regulatory gap, attempting to plot some of the future trajectory of enforcement that is driven outside of the established supervisory mechanisms represented by the Data Protection Authorities, to understand implications and the next steps for business.
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