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Recent reports from the European Data Protection Board show a considerable increase in queries and complaints about data privacy over the past 18 months.
The 25th of May marked the first anniversary of the implementation of GDPR, and among international and European companies there is a growing sense of a potential risk to their current way of doing business.
This has given rise to a number of questions for regulators, businesses and practitioners as to how the current convergence of data protection and antitrust rules will affect competition investigations and business models, as well as how regulations on data sharing and transfer across member states and beyond will impact the digital economy and the wider European industry.
MLex regulatory risk experts Matthew Newman and Sam Wilkin will highlight trends, enforcement and new impacts of EU data privacy and security, including:
The webinar will last one hour, which will include time for Q&A.
Date: 12 September 2019
Time: 09:00 - 10:00
0330 161 1234