NOYB has published its 2022 Annual Report, highlighting its ongoing efforts to protect users’ privacy rights. The organisation has been pushing forward with its preexisting cases, which were filed in previous years but have yet to receive a decision from data protection authorities (DPAs). NOYB summarises its work to clarify procedural issues and challenge European DPAs over their lack of action as a necessary step, which, while not necessarily headline-grabbing, is crucial in laying the foundation for future decisions that will impact not only its own cases but also those brought by others.
The report also highlights the work of its 5,100 supporting members institutional members, along with all of its donators.
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