GDPR fines more than double in 2022 to €2.9bn, says DLA Piper

European Data Protection Board forces higher penalties

Data protection fines levied by European regulators more than doubled in 2022 to €2.92bn from €1.09bn in the previous 12 months, according to law firm DLA Piper.

It said the 168% increase is due to growing confidence among regulators to impose high fines for GDPR breaches and the influence of the...


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