Last week, European Digital Rights (EDRi) sent a letter to the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) outlining the main issues regarding the enforcement of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and suggesting possible solutions that the EDPB can take. The concerns raised by EDRi members go beyond the lack of harmonisation of procedural laws, and that discussion should not be limited to cross-border cases requiring cooperation between Supervisory Authorities. EDRi outlines the areas it would like the EDPB to broaden its scope. These include insufficient DPA resources, refusing to action complaints, unexplained delayed complaints, not providing updates on complaints, or issues filing complaints.
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