The president of the Administrative Court of Luxembourg has partially granted Amazon's request to suspend the execution of a €746m EU General Data Protection Regulation fine proposed by Luxembourg's National Commission for Data Protection. The court determined that steps for Amazon to bring its advertising system into compliance with the GDPR "had not been formulated in clear, precise and free of uncertainty terms." Amazon appealed the fine in October, which the court noted is still pending.
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