Tag: General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Five years under the GDPR: An implementation progress report
Access Now at CPDP 2023: where to find us
If you’re attending the annual Computers, Privacy & Data Protection (CPDP) conference, find out more about where to find Access Now on the ground.
Five years and counting: GDPR faces a make-or-break moment over enforcement
In “Five years under the GDPR: An implementation progress report” Access Now explores how the GDPR could finally become a success.
The right to lodge a data protection complaint under the GDPR: OK, but then what?
This study commissioned by Access Now from The Data Protection Law Scholars Network highlights how unequal the right to lodge a data protection complaint is across Europe.
Policy brief: What’s wrong with Jordan’s data protection law and how to fix it
Jordan’s draft data protection law is promising, but it needs work to meet global standards. Our new policy brief explains how to strengthen the law.
GDPR: Three years in, and its future and success are still up in the air
“Three years under the GDPR: An implementation progress report” explores how far this legislation still has to go before its promises are truly fulfilled.
MPs slam UK data regulator for failing to protect people’s rights
Access Now welcomes European Commission’s call for stronger enforcement of the GDPR
On June 24, the European Commission presented its report on the application of the General Data Protection Regulation.
Access Now raises the alarm over weak enforcement of the EU GDPR on the two-year anniversary
Today, Access Now releases a report which finds critical flaws in the enforcement of the EU flagship data protection law.
Ensuring Pakistan passes a privacy-protecting, user-centric data protection bill
Access Now’s analysis of a draft data protection bill in Pakistan explains how it can be improved to better achieve its stated purpose.