The General Data Protection Regulation
has established a uniform European data protection law. The member states must directly apply European law standards and question their own interpretation criteria.
The new major commentary on the GDPR
is written by leading European lawyers who have extensively analysed the European and transnational academic discourse. The commentaries take into account the existing approaches to interpretation at national level, place them in a European legal environment and thus impress with new arguments that also offer new possibilities in contentious proceedings.
The advantages at a glance
New European law argumentation patterns for national interpretation and application practice
European law classification of the Member States' scope for action, especially the scope of application of the GDPR
Focus on current topics:
- International data transfer and data processing, also in cloud computing
- Right to be forgotten
- Sanctions and supervisory measures
- Pseudonymisation and anonymisation
- Consent and other authorisations for personal data processing by companies
- Data protection audit and certification