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May 27, 2024

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has now been in force for six years. During that time, fines have totalled billions of euros, with over €1 billion in fines coming in the past 12 months. The most recent fines show that both large and small businesses are subject to regulators’ scrutiny.

With fines and enforcement actions, developments in GDPR case law and new challenges of AI, data protection remains one of the most complex areas of compliance. Despite best efforts, many organisations are still falling short when it comes to getting GDPR right.

In this podcast, we examine GDPR’s widespread impact not just in Europe but around the world. As places like Brazil, California, and even China race to enact GDPR-like protections, what does the future hold for data privacy?

The podcast covers:

  • Recent GDPR fines and case studies
  • International developments and new GDPR-style laws around the world
  • Focus areas for EU data protection authorities
  • Where the UK and US stand with data protection and GDPR
  • Artificial intelligence and data protection laws
  • Best practice guidance to solidify your GDPR compliance