In June, The Privacy Advisor asked global data protection authorities to reveal how many GDPR complaints had been filed thus far. The numbers they provided varied widely, from 756 in Poland and 1,124 in the U.K., to just two in Sweden, and only three in Belgium. o what is at the heart of such a discrepancy? The best answer seems to be that different DPAs define complaints differently.
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