DPC Annual Report 25 May - 31 December 2018Posted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 1 March 2019
Commissioner for Data Protection, Helen Dixon, has launched the first annual report of the new Data Protection Commission covering the period 25 May to 31 December 2018, detailing the work of the Irish data protection authority following the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on 25 May 2018.
“The phenomenon that is the GDPR has demonstrated one thing above all else: people’s interest in and appetite for understanding and controlling use of their personal data is anything but a reflection of apathy and fatalism. While a series of Eurobarometer surveys in recent years have catalogued concerns on the part of the public about uses of their data, it is the rise in the
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