Jul 172014
 July 17, 2014  Posted by  Business, Court, Non-U.S.

Tim Healy reports:

Privacy campaigner Max Schrems will have to pay no more than €10,000 in legal costs if he loses his complaint about the mass transfer of data by Facebook Ireland to the US intelligence services, a judge has ruled.

In what is known as a “protective costs order”, Mr Justice Gerard Hogan applied a €10,000 limit to costs of the Austria-based law student’s legal challenge to the Data Protection Commissioner’s refusal to deal with a complaint over the data transfer issue.

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