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The UK reform of data protection: impact on data subjects, harm prevention, and regulatory probity

"... the proposed reforms risk (1) undermining the data subjects’ rights that were ensured with the adoption of the EU GDPR into UK law; (2) introducing an accountability framework that is inadequate to address harm prevention; and (3) eroding the regulatory probity of the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). We also comment on the analysis of the expected impact of the reform, discussing the negative impact for both public and private stakeholders, especially in light of the “Brussels effect” and growing international compliance with the EU GDPR."


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