Schrems wants to be part of Meta's cases against DPC

02/11/2023 | The Irish Times

Austrian privacy activist and honorary chair of the not-for-profit organisation NOYB, Max Schrems, wants to be included in two linked High Court cases in Ireland between Meta and the Data Protection Commission (DPC). The first case relates to Meta's statutory appeal against DPC's May decision requiring Meta to suspend US data transfers, while the second case is a judicial review by Meta to quash the DPC decision. On Thursday, Mr Schrems's lawyers requested that he be joined as a notice party in these cases. Both Meta and the DPC have opposed the application.

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