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UK data protection proposals for 2022

Robert Bond (robert.bond@bristows.com) is Senior Counsel & Notary Public at Bristows LLP in London, UK.

In the wake of Brexit, the United Kingdom (UK), through the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, which is responsible for data protection legislation, among other things, has set out for consultation a number of innovative and, in some cases, controversial changes to the implementation of the UK General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which mimics the European Union (EU) equivalent.

The aim is to drive economic growth and innovation while strengthening public trust in use of data by alleviating some of the more prescriptive aspects of the EU GDPR while retaining a practical compliance regime based on existing laws and regulations.

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