Amendment LIBE #2641

Article 54+

processor and Article 54a Lead authority and consistency 1. The following procedure shall be the lead authority. 2. The lead authority shall see to coordination with the other supervisory authorities involved at every stage of the supervisory procedure. To that end it shall pass on all relevant information and shall consult the other supervisory authorities involved before taking any measures with legal consequences. The used where a data subject complains of a violation of his or her rights under this regulation in connection with the processing of personal data, or where the consistent application of this regulation needs to be ensured in accordance with Article 46: (a) Where a data subject is involved: the data subject’s relevant supervisory authority shall be the lead authority shall give full consideration to the opinions of the supervisory authorities involved. The lead authority shall also involve the Commission at all stages of the supervisory procedure. If the supervisory authorities involved, headed by the lead authority, together with the Commission, have found a common solution within four weeks, this solution shall be adopted without the European Data Protection Board needing to consider the matter. The data subject,; (b) Where no data subject is involved: Where the processing of personal data takes place in the context of the activities of an establishment of a controller or a processor in the Union, and the controller or processor is established in more than one Member State, or where personal data relating to persons resident in several Member States are being processed, the supervisory authority of the Member State in which the controller or the processor shall have available to them all the legal remedies set out in this regulation and all other remedies of general application. If the supervisory authorities involved, headed by the lead authority together with the Commission, have not found a common solution within four weeks, the matter shall be submitted to the European Data Protection Board. To that end the lead authority shall take the necessary steps in accordance with this regulation. 3processor has its main establishment shall be the sole contact point for the controller or within a further four weeks a solution in the framework of a delegated act, taking into consideration the opinion of the European Data Protection Board. If it does not do so, all those involved, including the legislator, shall have available to them all the legal remedies set out in this regulation and all other remedies of general application; this concerns in particular the data subject, the data controller and the processor. 4. If the European Data Protection Board, together with the Commission, has found a common solution within eight weeks, this solution shall be adopted. The data subject, the controller or the processor Parliament or the Council object to the substance of the delegated act using the procedure laid down for that purpose, the Commission shall launch a legislative initiative using the procedure laid down for that purpose. All those involved shall have available to them all the legal remedies set out in this regulation and all other remedies of general application. If the European Data Protection Board, together with the Commission, has not found a common solution within eight weeks; this concerns in particular the data subject, the Commission shall be empowered and required to proposedata controller and the processor.

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