On 1 April 2020 the European Commission launched a Roadmap on DGPR and opened it to the feedback of stakeholders whose input will ultimately feed into the Commission’s report. For those interested to contribute the deadline is 29 April 2020.
The Commission had already announced in their 2020 Commission Work Programme its intention to publish a report identifying issues in the application of the GDPR.
The report will build on input from the Council, the European Parliament and the European Data Protection Board, as well as two earlier reports published by the Commission in 2017 and 2019, which both considered the protection of personal data since the GDPR had entered into force.
Publication of the roadmap launches a consultation process to gather input from citizens and stakeholders. As part of that process, the Commission will be sending detailed questionnaires to data protection authorities and the European Data Protection Board, as well as to the GDPR Multi-Stakeholder Group, a group made up of business and civil society representatives. The Commission will also conduct bilateral dialogues with the authorities of the relevant third countries.
The deadline for providing feedback on the roadmap is 29 April 2020. Following consultation with the relevant parties and receipt of any online feedback, the Commission will publish its report by 25 May 2020.
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