Luca Bertuzzi reports:
A draft decision from Ireland’s Data Protection Commissioner (DPC) endorsing Facebook’s legal basis for processing personal data has been met with criticism by a data protection activist who says the platform is trying to bypass EU privacy laws.
Since the EU’s GDPR entered into force, Facebook took a unique approach by including data processing specifications in its general terms and conditions.
Subsequently, the internet giant interprets the agreement as a contract rather than consent.
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