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With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) now six years old, it is essential to assess the progress made in protecting the data and privacy of European citizens, while considering the practical implications for businesses. As a business law firm, we have reviewed the relevant sources and incorporated practical considerations into this contribution. The GDPR, which has been in force since 2018, has undoubtedly improved the protection of personal data and increased privacy awareness. Companies have invested heavily in RGPD compliance, putting in place internal policies and mechanisms to protect their customers' data. EU citizens now have stronger data protection rights. However,

The digitalisation of the global economy has brought enormous benefits in terms of efficiency and connectivity, but it has also raised considerable challenges for the international tax system. In this contribution, we will discuss the OECD report "Addressing the Tax Challenges of the Digitalisation of the Economy", which proposes pragmatic solutions to address these challenges, looking also at reports and analyses by the IMF, the Tax Foundation, CASE, The Brookings Institution and PIIE. The OECD report is based on an in-depth analysis of economic and fiscal trends, as well as a wide range of data and facts. It focuses on two