Citizens require efficient and accessible protection against data protection violations
People across the EU have become victims of data protection violations brought on by the widespread use of information and communication technologies by public and private bodies. Web-based activities, direct marketing, and video surveillance account for most data protection violations.
The latest report from the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), ‘Access to data protection remedies in the EU Member States’, reveals victims’ lack of understanding and awareness about data protection and the authorities that serve to help them. The report findings also underline the urgent need for the EU’s reformed data protection rules to come into effect.
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FRA to present the findings of its EU-wide survey on violence against women
Annual Fundamental Rights Platform meeting
10 - 11 April