The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) has released a report on the actions taken by the taskforce it set up to look into the 101 complaints filed by Austrian privacy group NOYB following the Schrems II ruling on transatlantic data flows by the Court of Justice of the European Union. The report outlines the shared positions of data protection authorities (not those of the EDPB) concerning the compliance with Chapter V of the EU General Data Protection Regulation by website operators using Google Analytics and Facebook Business Tools and the subsequent transfers of personal data to the US.
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