The Geo-Blocking Regulation (GBR) requires Member States to designate a body or bodies that are responsible for enforcing the regulation and to implement measures applicable to any infringements of the regulation (Article 7 of the GBR) as well as to appoint a body which is responsible for providing practical assistance to consumers (Article 8 of the GBR). This can thus differ per Member State and in principle requires implementation in the local legislation.
The below tracker shows where the GBR has already been implemented locally. Click on the countries below to view detailed information about the implementation in that specific country.
Belgium Czech Republic Denmark Finland France Germany
Hungary Italy The Netherlands Poland Slovakia Spain United Kingdom
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