Frequently Asked Questions and Answers from Termly’s Legal Experts

Who is responsible for enforcing GDPR?

The appointed supervisory authorities, or data protection authorities, in the European Economic Area member states are responsible for enforcing GDPR. The supervisory authorities have the power to conduct data protection audits, issue warnings for GDPR violations, and impose administrative fines.

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Comply with the GDPR to avoid legal and financial penalties.

Make sure you’re familiar with GDPR compliance requirements, including how to report data breaches to the supervisory authorities.

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