Until some lawsuits will happen and the EU has been more than happy to collect fines.
"The fine was imposed on a soccer coach who had secretly filmed female players while they were naked in the shower cubicle for years."
I think the previous poster's point stands: GDPR enforcement is doing almost nothing about improper cookies and internet tracking.
Why do you say this? At least ours is just swamped, so it'll take a while. Plus big cases take up a lot of resources. But there have been GDPR fines issued, and many many more warnings that might lead to fines if the company doesn't comply.
Plus, the swamping problem will stop because the first high-profile case will scare everyone else into compliance.
Not really, because Google and Facebook will also fight any accusation tooth and nail in the courts and through lobbying. The case must be very well documented and defended.
I'm not saying you're wrong, but it's too early to tell.