As ever, it’s been a busy week in the data privacy world, what with the IDPC’s international data transfers Meta decision, new announcements in AI regulation from the USA, the ICO publishing guidance on responding to subject access requests, the joint guidance from the EU Commission and ASEAN on model clauses, Finland’s Google Analytics decision, the G7 committing to devising global AI standards or the EU announcing negotiations on the Cyber Resilience Act will commence next week there is a lot to take in!

However, on 25 May 2023, it seems fitting to stop and contemplate what has changed in the last five years since the GDPR came into force. Why not grab a coffee, head out into the sunshine and listen to Alexander Milner-Smith and Inger Verhelst of Belgian Ius Laboris firm Claeys and Engels reflect on their experiences of the GDPR to date, as well as discussing the challenges that lie ahead for employers when it comes to data protection in the EU and beyond.