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.
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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.

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