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Estonia: Ministry of Justice Proposes New Personal Data Protection Act
On November 24, 2017, the Estonian Ministry of Justice published a draft law on the processing of personal data. The aim of the bill is to transpose the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) into national legislation, while remaining aligned with Directive 2016/680, also known as the Law Enforcement Directive.
According to the text, the new personal data protection act provides for the following:
Estonia: 4th AMLD Implementation – Consultation on Draft Law
On March 3, 2017 the Ministry of Finance launched a public consultation on a draft law for implementation of Directive 2015/849, also known as the 4th Anti-Money Laundering Directive (4th AMLD).
Following the general procedure, the draft law would be expected to come into force on the tenth day after its publication in the official gazette. As technical developments are still required, some specific provisions from the draft law would enter into force on a different date, as follows:
European Commission Notifications — 2014
GamblingCompliance publishes a summary of gambling-related draft legislation which was notified to the European Commission, was under review or its standstill period ended at the commission in 2014.
European Commission Notifications — November 2014
GamblingCompliance publishes a monthly update on gambling-related draft legislation which has been notified to the European Commission, has been under review or its standstill period ended at the commission in November 2014.
The draft laws are listed in the chronological order of their notification. The draft laws can be accessed in original language or in English, where a translation is available.