A protracted legal battle between NOYB and international sports streaming service DAZN highlights the difficulties in enforcing data protection rights. In 2019, NOYB filed two complaints against DAZN for not responding to subject access requests (SARs), ultimately resulting in a four-and-a-half-year legal battle. The case was referred to the Austrian Federal Administrative Court (BVwG) after the Austrian data protection authority (DSB) failed to take action. During the court proceedings, DAZN gradually provided the requested information, but only after numerous submissions were exchanged between the parties. In September, the Austrian Federal Administrative Court ordered DAZN to provide the missing information.
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