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Now that EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is officially enforced, any business looking to bring their data protection practices in line with it will need to understand and analyse the local laws supplementing the regulation. This is a time-consuming and difficult task.

In order to help businesses with this process, Baker McKenzie has prepared another update of the 2018 edition of its GDPR National Legislation Survey, which captures the status quo on national data protection law developments as of August 2018.

New Updates

As of August 2018, 18 out of 28 European Member States have adopted National Data Protection Laws supplementing the GDPR. This version provides not only important updates on the adopted National Data Protection Laws but also on the draft bills in the remaining 10 European Member States. In addition, the summary charts provide information on:

  1. Local notification requirements to the local data protection authority.
  2. Country-specific DPO requirements.
  3. Country-specific age limits (final or proposed) for consent of minors.

To access our online suite of GDPR materials, click here.

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