EDPB adopts cross-border cooperation criteria for important cases

29/07/2022 | EDPB

The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) has introduced a set of criteria to determine whether cross-border cases require closer cooperation between EU data protection authorities. The EDPB also adopted a procedure outlining steps for cooperative action after a strategic case is identified. EDPB Chair Andrea Jelinek said that the new resources are an "important piece of the puzzle we're laying" to help DPAs enforce the EU General Data Protection Regulation "more efficiently." 

UPDATE: 290722 - The EDPB has released its criteria for determining cross-border cases that require close cooperation among data protection authorities. The criteria apply to EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) one-stop-shop cases that "should be handled following a flexible and pragmatic approach." 

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