13 November 2017
EU Member States are starting to publish their own data protection legislation to deal with permitted GDPR derogations and implementation of the Law Enforcement Directive. Member States have made varying degrees of progress with Germany leading the pack. The UK recently published its own draft legislation which has the added complexity of trying to ‘Brexit proof’ itself. Our international team takes a look at the state of play.
Debbie Heywood takes a high level look at the somewhat opaque UK Data Protection Bill.
Sibylle Gierschmann and Jan Feuerhake set out the most important provisions of the new German Federal Data Protection Act.
Our international team provides a snapshot of approaches across the EU.
We set out a brief summary of where Member States have got to with their data protection legislation and the main derogations proposed.