In its ongoing public dispute over confidentiality with the Irish DPC, noyb publishes its first advent reading from Facebook and DPC documents. "To show that we are legally able to go much further than just publishing a (problematic) draft decision, we conduct a 'reading' on all four advent Sundays from new documents that we are absolutely allowed to share." Documents published in this first round are part of noyb's 101 complaints on EU-US data transfers and an introduction to delaying procedures with debates about jurisdiction and confidentiality. And of course, the reading includes "fan mail" threatening legal action against noyb. The festive trolling follows noyb issuing corruption charges against the DPC on the 23rd of November. Editors note: we can barely contain our excitement for next weeks reading!
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