The Belgian Data Protection Authority (Belgian DPA) published a review of its activities in the six months since the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect on May 25, 2018. This early report offers a window into the impact of the GDPR on companies, the public and the activity of at least one regulator’s office.  The review, available in French and Dutch, notes that since the GDPR came into force, the Belgian DPA has received 317 data breaches, most of which were reported from the health care sector, insurance companies, public institutions and defense, telecommunications and postal services, and financial services companies. The Belgian DPA has received…