The European Data Protection Board welcomes comments on the targeted update made Guidelines 09/2022 on personal data breach notification under GDPR. The targeted update and this public consultation concern paragraph 73 of the Guidelines (marked in yellow in the document). Such comments should be sent 29th November 2022 at the latest using the provided form.
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|29 November 2022||Czech Republic||Spolek pro ochranu osobních údajů||View feedback|
|19 October 2022||Germany||Christine Jülich / General Counsel||View feedback|
|29 October 2022||France||RASLE Bruno||View feedback|
|03 November 2022||United States||Grant Barrett||View feedback|
|03 November 2022||New Zealand||Jefferson Tukimata||View feedback|
|05 November 2022||Netherlands||Jeroen Knijff||View feedback|
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|11 November 2022||Ireland||Data Protection Representative Limited (trading as DataRep)||View feedback|
|25 November 2022||Estonia||Veriff OÜ||View feedback|
|28 November 2022||Belgium||Federation of European Data and Marketing (FEDMA)||View feedback|