Luke Irwin writes:
Ireland’s DPC (Data Protection Commissioner) has issued multiple complaints to EU supervisors following a disagreement that was sparked by a years-long investigation into Meta.
The probe into the social media giant, which owns Facebook and Instagram, has been one of the most disputed cases of GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) enforcement in its half-decade history.
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