Enhancing Compliance under the General Data Protection Regulation: The Risky Upshot of the Accountability- and Risk-based Approach

@article{Quelle2018EnhancingCU,
  title={Enhancing Compliance under the General Data Protection Regulation: The Risky Upshot of the Accountability- and Risk-based Approach},
  author={Claudia Quelle},
  journal={European Journal of Risk Regulation},
  year={2018},
  volume={9},
  pages={502 - 526}
}
  • C. Quelle
  • Published 1 September 2018
  • Law
  • European Journal of Risk Regulation
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