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General Data Protection Regulation

Here you can find the official content of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation) in the current version. All Articles of the GDPR are linked with suitable recitals.

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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Art. 75 — Secretariat

Article 75


  1. The Board shall have a secretariat, which shall be provided by the European Data Protection Supervisor.
  2. The secretariat shall perform its tasks exclusively under the instructions of the Chair of the Board.
  3. The staff of the European Data Protection Supervisor involved in carrying out the tasks conferred on the Board by this Regulation shall be subject to separate reporting lines from the staff involved in carrying out tasks conferred on the European Data Protection Supervisor.
  4. Where appropriate, the Board and the European Data Protection Supervisor shall establish and publish a Memorandum of Understanding implementing this Article, determining the terms of their cooperation, and applicable to the staff of the European Data Protection Supervisor involved in carrying out the tasks conferred on the Board by this Regulation.
  5. The secretariat shall provide analytical, administrative and logistical support to the Board.
  6. The secretariat shall be responsible in particular for:
    1. the day-to-day business of the Board;
    2. communication between the members of the Board, its Chair and the Commission;
    3. communication with other institutions and the public;
    4. the use of electronic means for the internal and external communication;
    5. the translation of relevant information;
    6. the preparation and follow-up of the meetings of the Board;
    7. the preparation, drafting and publication of opinions, decisions on the settlement of disputes between supervisory authorities and other texts adopted by the Board.

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