The European Data Protection Board ("EDPB") published its 2019 annual report on Monday 18 May 2020. 

The report provides an overview of the EDPB's activities during 2019, as well as the activities of supervisory authorities in EU member states. 

The report also includes the EDPB's main objectives for this year, which include new guidance on controllers and processors, data subject rights as well as legitimate interests as a legal basis for processing personal data. 

The EDPB will also continue to focus on advanced technologies such as connected vehicles, blockchain, AI and digital assistants. 

In addition, the EDPB will continue its work regarding the data protection considerations in the context of the response to COVID-19. 

You can access the full report here