Article IT & Data Protection Competition Distribution and Consumer Law Commercial and international agreements | 24/05/17 | 0 min. | Florence Chafiol Stéphanie Lapeyre
Less than a year from now, on 25 May 2018, the European General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (“GDPR”) dated 27 April 2016 will become the backbone of EU personal data protection regulations. You will find below the most significant changes that will be brought by the GDPR:
These key changes will be dealt with in further detail in our coming newsletters as well as during our training sessions.
Linked to the above changes, you will find below a timeline for achieving compliance with the GDPR, which can be considered as a “suggested action plan” for the measures and actions to be taken until the Regulation becomes applicable (25 May 2018). These are long term measures and will need to be customised to the internal structure of each organisation as well as to the developments and positions taken by the competent authorities.