Seimas adopts amendments on personal info protection
The Seimas of Lithuania on Saturday adopted amendments to the Law on the Legal Protection of Personal Data, related to the ongoing personal data reform in the European Union.
99 lawmakers voted in favor of the amendments, with no votes against and three abstentions.
The amendments were adopted taking into account the ongoing pan-European personal data protection reform aimed at strengthening persons' right to the protection of their personal data and ensuring equal and high-level protection of people's personal information across the EU.
The adopted amendments will come into force on Jul. 16.