GDPR: Presidency debriefing, Preparation for trilogue

Note dated 20.11.2015 from Presidency to Permanent Representatives Committee: Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (General Data Protection Regulation) [First reading] [pdf; 14319/15]:
- Presidency debriefing on the outcome of the trilogue
- Preparation for trilogue - Chapters I, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X and XI
[This note contains] a comparative table which compares in 4 columns the Commission proposal, the position of the European Parliament in 1st reading, the Council’s General Approach and compromises tentatively agreed at previous trilogues as well as compromise suggestions by the Presidency. Text marked in brackets will be discussed by the Permanent Representatives Committee separately.
Presidency debriefing  [pdf; 14318/15]:
[...] 5. In the context of the European Council’s objective to conclude the reform by the end of the
year, the Presidency submits for examination with a view to confirmation to the Permanent
Representatives Committee compromise suggestions on the main outstanding issues relating
to Chapters I, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X and XI of the draft General Data Protection Regulation. On
the basis of the outcome of this examination, the Presidency will engage in trilogue with the European Parliament with the aim to find an early second reading agreement.
The Presidency invites the Permanent Representatives Committee to focus the discussion on the following main outstanding issues where further input is needed. [...]

Source: Statewatch