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Brussels court sends Facebook privacy case to European Court of Justice

Thursday 9 May 2019 | 11:02 CET | News
The Brussels Court of Appeals has decided to refer a court case between Facebook and the Belgian privacy regulator to the European Union's Court of Justice. The Brussels court wants to make sure it has the power to give a final ruling in the privacy violation case against Facebook, especially after introduction of the EU's GDPR.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Facebook
Countries: Belgium
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