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Max Schrems accuses DPC of putting pressure on other European regulators

Austrian privacy activist Max Schrams has accused Ireland’s Data Protection Commissioner (DPC) of improperly pressuring other European regulators over the disputed data collection policy used by Facebook.

On Sunday, Mr. Schrems released documents he says indicate that the DPC pushed for a specific interpretation of EU data protection rules while investigating a complaint about the same issue by Mr Schrems and his Vienna-based data protection organization NOYB.

The DPC has objected to this. She confirmed to The Irish Times that she drafted the document in question but said there was « absolutely nothing unusual » about it.

The latest round of the long-running battle between Mr Schrems, Facebook and the Irish DPC dates back to May 2018, when a new EU Data Protection Rulebook (GDPR) came into force.

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With the aim of modernizing and simplifying the control of EU citizens over their personal data, Facebook has been asked to change the legal basis for its European operations.

Just as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect, Facebook overhauled its legal relationship with users from consent to a contract-based approach to allowing data collection.

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