European Commission Seeking to Fine Spain and Greece for Failing to Transpose Data Protection Rules Into National Law
In other GDPR-related news, Odia Kagan of Fox Rothschild writes:
Tardiness with transposing data protection laws comes with a hefty fine.
The European Commission is asking the Court of Justice of the European Union to impose financial sanctions on Greece and Spain for failing to transpose the rules on the Data Protection Law Enforcement Directive before the May 6, 2018, deadline, according to a news release.
The commission is seeking a minimum lump sum of €1,310,000 and a daily penalty payment of €22,169.70 euros from Greece and a minimum lump sum of €5,290,000 and a daily penalty payment of €89, 548.20 from Spain.
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