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Local Privacy Laws Not Ready for Prime Time: Enterprises that process or store the personal information of EU citizens will also need to heed EU member states' local privacy laws. GDPR has also allowed local data protection authorities to individually interpret some aspects of the law and add requirements. However, a lot of local privacy laws are not yet set in stone. “There are still member states lagging behind and working behind where they’re supposed to have prepared for, so for once we can say it’s not just organizations who are behind, it’s also the member states,” said Bird & Bird partner Gabriel Voisin.

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