New Irish Data Protection Act introduced to sit alongside GDPR

A new Data Protection Act has been introduced into law in Ireland to sit alongside the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

The new Irish Data Protection Act, passed by the Irish parliament earlier this month and subsequently signed into law by Irish president Michael D. Higgins, replaces existing data protection legislation and addresses matters left to the competency of national governments by the GDPR.

Source: New Irish Data Protection Act introduced to sit alongside GDPR

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