TikTok secures permission to challenge €345m DPC fine in Irish High Court

23/10/2023 | The Irish Times

TikTok has been granted permission from the High Court in Ireland to challenge the Data Protection Commission's (DPC) decision to fine the company €345 million for breaching EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) rules concerning children and teenagers. 

The short-form video social media company's application for permission to bring the action through the High Court was heard by Ms Justice Niamh Hyland on Monday. The judge also granted TikTok permission to seek a stay on the penalty if necessary. The matter has been adjourned until December. 

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