Organizations who’ve long been preparing for the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation to go into effect may now have to look beyond the landmark regulation to see what other EU-based privacy requirements they may be responsible for.

U.K.-based law firm Bird & Bird recently launched a GDPR legislative tracker to help organizations manage requirements set by local Data Protection Authority groups to buttress the new regulation. The tracker denotes which EU member states have passed supplemental legislation, and what key issues organizations need to account for in each nation.

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