Schrems group NOYB files complaints over EU-US data transfers

17/08/2020 | NOYB

The non-profit group NOYB, founded by privacy campaigner Max Schrems has filed 101 complaints against entities in 30 EU and EEA member states for continued use of Google Analytics and Facebook Connect integrations to transfer data of EU citizens to the U.S.

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