Bulgarian president vetoes national law implementing GDPR

After the Bulgarian Parliament adopted a national law implementing the GDPR on 24 January, the Bulgarian president vetoed the legislation due to concerns regarding ‘the regulated data processing for journalistic purposes and the purposes of academic, artistic or literary expression’. As reported by Novinite, President Radev stated that the necessary balance has not been achieved, and the 10-criterion provision is excessive and unbalanced.

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