Europe's consent or contract debate

25/10/2021 | Politico

Officials in Europe are preparing for a fight, following the Irish Data Protection Commissions decision to support Facebook's argument that it doesn't require consent to process personal data. Privacy campaigners and other DPAs believe Ireland's decision provides Facebook with too much freedom to process user data. One unnamed official said that it would "entail the end of data protection as we know it." 

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