The General Court of the EU Court of Justice has ruled against interim measures to halt the EU-US Data Privacy Framework (DPF) implementation. The decision follows the challenge filled by French MEP Philippe Latombe against the DTF agreement and adequacy decision on the grounds that the deal violates the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and the General Data Protection Regulation due to insufficient guarantees of respect for private and family life around the bulk collection of personal data. The court found that Latombe could not demonstrate that the DTF would cause individual or collective harm.
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