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CJEU Clarifies When Supervisory Authorities Can Derogate from One-Stop-Shop

  • 23/06/2021
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In a judgment rendered on 15 June 2021, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) provides important clarifications on the functioning of the “one-stop-shop” mechanism under the GDPR and the possibility for national supervisory authorities to bring court proceedings outside this mechanism. In its judgment, the CJEU explains when national supervisory authorities which are not the lead authority can initiate such proceedings against controllers in their own territory.

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