Three-quarters of Ireland’s GDPR decisions overruled for being too lenient

Ireland’s data protection authority has been overruled in 75% of its GDPR investigation decisions by European counterparts seeking tougher enforcement, according to a report by the Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL). France is the only other lead authority to have been overruled, and this was ...

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