A fuller picture of data breach activity is beginning to develop in the European Union, where authorities have logged more than 59,000 reports of personal data breaches since the General Data Protection Regulation took effect about eight months ago, according to a DLA Piper survey.

The report found that 65 percent of the breach notifications made between May 25, 2018 and Jan. 28 originated from the Netherlands, Germany and the U.K.—the three countries that had the highest number of reported breaches with 15,400, 12,600 and 10,600, respectively.

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