Can distributed ledgers be squared with European data protection law?
The EU Parliament’s Research Service issued a study which looks deeper into relationship of blockchain technology and the GDPR. The study has concluded that it can be easier for private and permissioned blockchains to comply with the legal requirements as opposed to private and permissionless blockchains. It has, however, also been stressed that the compatibility of these instruments with the Regulation can only ever be assessed on a case-by-case basis. This study has attempted to map various areas of the GDPR to the features generally shared by this class of technologies, and to draw attention to how nuances in blockchains’ configuration may affect their ability to comply with related legal requirements.
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