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Nearly four years after the European Commission originally proposed its European Data Protection Reforms, and just in time for Christmas, the European Commission, Council and Parliament have finally reached agreement on the new European data protection reforms.

The reform consists of The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Data Protection Directive (Directive) (which will focus on the police and criminal justice sector).Both seek to harmonise the data protection laws across Europe and provide individuals with stronger rights in respect of their personal data.
A reminder of just some of what to expect from the data protection reforms.

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