Today is GDPR Day. Whether you are celebrating, in mourning or indifferent, it's always worthwhile looking at how the Belgian DPA interpreted the GDPR during year 2 and what you can expect from year 3 of the GDPR.

Read on for practical insights and case summaries.

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