The committee for civil liberties, justice and home affairs (LIBE) is preparing to send a delegation of seven MEPs to Dublin in September to discuss EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enforcement with the Irish Data Protection Commission. According to an internal email: "The mission will focus on the enforcement of the General Data Protection Regulation [GDPR] and will include visits to and meetings with the Data Protection Commissioner, big tech companies and other stakeholders."
Recent articles regarding the effectiveness of the DPC:
- Irish DPC took lead authority in nearly 1,000 GDPR complaints
- DPC resources are not sufficient for strong regulation
- EU Ombudsman opens inquiry into enforcement of GDPR in Ireland
- Irish Times criticises the Data Protection Commission
- DPC warns Irish Government it needs more staff
- GDPR enforcement not working, says Věra Jourová
- EU Commission calls Irish DPC is understaffed
- Irelands DPC is in need of urgent reform
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