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The EDPB has published a new register of decisions taken by national Supervisory Authorities following the “One-Stop-Shop” co-operation procedure under Article 60 of the GDPR. Under the GDPR, Supervisory Authorities have a duty to co-operate on cases with a cross-border component to ensure the consistent application of the Regulation. Under this “One-Stop-Shop” (OSS) mechanism, the Lead Supervisory Authority (LSA) is in charge of preparing the draft decisions and works together with the relevant Supervisory Authorities to reach consensus.

Up until early June, LSAs have adopted 110 final OSS decisions. The register includes access to the decisions as well as summaries of the decisions in English prepared by the EDPB Secretariat. The EDPB says that the register will be valuable to data protection practitioners who can gain access to information showcasing how SAs work together to enforce the GDPR in practice. To read the EDPB’s press release in full and for a link to the new register, click here.