Special Report: Civil society drives the GDPR

Activists are turning to litigation to force policy change. GDR tracks how NGO-led litigation is shifting the regulatory agenda and pushed the boundaries of European data protection law. 

Since the GDPR came into effect, privacy litigation brought by civil society groups has skyrocketed – and it shows no sign of slowing down. 

Landmark cases have fundamentally changed the privacy landscape and progressively increased the level of compliance expected from a private sector that cannot afford to ignore the changes that are happening under its nose.

In a special report published today, GDR tracks the impact of past, ongoing and future litigation and the policy changes that could affect it. 

The report can be read here.

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