EDPB adopts binding decision on Ireland's TikTok case

03/08/2023 | EDPB

On Thursday, 3 August, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) announced that it had adopted an Article 65 binding dispute resolution decision concerning TikTok in a case referred by the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC). The decision focuses on "whether there had been an infringement of data protection by design and default with regard to age verification, and whether there had been an infringement of the principle of fairness with regard to certain design practices." The EDPB's decision is binding, and the DPC has one month to adopt its final decision.

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