The outcome of the long-running case involving Meta's data transfers to the US is facing an EU General Data Protection Regulation Article 65 dispute resolution mechanism after the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC) was unable to resolve objections from other EU data protection authorities to its draft enforcement decision. The case, which is now in the hands of the Secretariat of the European Data Protection Board, will officially trigger the Article 65 dispute resolution process once it concludes its administrative work. DPC Deputy Commissioner, Head of Corporate Affairs, Media and Communications Graham Doyle said: "We haven't been able to resolve the objections raised on our draft decision and have to trigger the Article 65 process."
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