[GDPR: maximum amount of penalties
In relation to an infringement, before exit day, of a provision of the EU GDPR (as it was directly applicable to the United Kingdom) or the applied GDPR—
(a) Article 83(5) and (6) of the UK GDPR and section 157(5)(a) and (b) of this Act have effect as if for “£17,500,000” there were substituted “20 million Euros”;
(b) Article 83(4) of the UK GDPR and section 157(6)(a) and (b) of this Act have effect as if for “£8,700,000” there were substituted “10 million Euros”;
(c) the maximum amount of a penalty in sterling must be
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