EU enforcement analysis Part 2: One-Stop Shop mechanism

23/02/2023 | IAPP

In January, the European Data Protection Board issued three enforcement actions against Meta relating to decisions from the one-stop-shop dispute resolution mechanism. The first two decisions announced together concerned Facebook and Instagram, while the third decision related to WhatsApp. All three are a result of binding decisions from the One-Stop-Shop dispute resolution mechanism under the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). IAPP Research and Insights Director Joe Jones offers an in-depth legal analysis of the practical takeaways concerning legal bases and transparency. The resource is the second part in a two-part series; the first looked at Practical considerations from EU enforcement: Legal bases and transparency offered legal analysis and comments regarding key practical points related to the GDPR's legal bases and transparency requirements.

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