Complex questions surround the Irish DPC, EDPB Meta decisions

17/01/2023 | IAPP

Questions mount as the details unfold surrounding the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC) and European Data Protection Board's (EPBD) published Meta decisions. The privacy industry is grappling with complex and fundamental questions concerning legal bases for data processing, transparency within privacy notices, uncertainty around EU General Data Protection Regulation compliance, and more. The IAPP hears from privacy professionals about the impacts of the DPC/EPDB decisions, which invalidated Facebook and Instagram's performing a contract lawful basis for seeking user permission to collect data for targeted advertising. In a related piece, the IAPP outlines 10 takeaways from the DPC's decisions on Meta. 

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