The Data Protection Commission is broken. Here is how to fix it - Privacy Community

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect in May 2018. It made Ireland’s Data Protection Commission (DPC) the lead EU supervisory authority for all companies that have their European headquarters here. This quirk of the law made Ireland a central jurisdiction in the global digital economy. It also made us responsible for policing what Google, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft and other Big Tech firms do with the data and intimate secrets of Europe’s half a billion citizens.