Data Protection

Committee work

Legal certainty, trust and confidence in the data protection framework is of paramount importance for both businesses and European citizens, in order to meet the aims of the Digital Single Market Strategy and to make Europe competitive in the global markets. EuroISPA believes that European citizens’ personal data should be granted a uniform level of protection, regardless of the geographical location or the economic sector of the service provider. In today’s ever-changing digital environment, data protection rules are reflexive to the emergence of new services such as cloud computing and Artificial Intelligence and must not burden the internet industry with crippling compliance costs.

Key ongoing dossiers 

  • E-Privacy Directive
  • Implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)