Here’s why the first GDPR fines could still be months away

It’s been three months since the introduction of the European Union’s much-heralded General Data Protection Regulation, which gives the bloc’s regulators unprecedented power to sanction companies for abusing Europeans’ privacy rights. Thousands of complaints were made in the first month of the GDPR’s existence, so how come we haven’t seen a wave of GDPR fines yet? The simple answer, according to data protection authorities and rights groups, is that it’s too soon.

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