The office for the European Data Protection Supervisor has published its annual report for 2021. The report encompasses the work and actions taken by the EDPS to help EU institutions comply with EU privacy and data protection regulations. In a statement, EDPS Wojciech Wiewiórowski said, "sufficient time has passed" to expect compliance across institutions. Mr Wiewiórowski also reported an increase in corrective actions and guidance from his office while at the same time showing an ongoing commitment to collaboration and cooperation with the European Data Protection Board.
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