Has GDPR failed because of a lack of will to enforce it?

John Leonard
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'The Commission is not serious about it; the member states are not serious about and activists aren't serious about it either' says Johnny Ryan of the Irish Council for Civil Liberties during a roundtable debate

GDPR has failed to protect personal data, and that failure is killing the media and social institutions. That is the conclusion of Dr Johnny Ryan, a senior fellow at non-profit the Irish Council...

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