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Noyb files privacy complaints over 100 European companies still sharing data with Google, Facebook

Tuesday 18 August 2020 | 13:54 CET | News
Telecom operators Tele2, Free Mobile and Fastweb are among the over 100 companies facing complaints from the privacy rights group Noyb. The group led by Max Schrems said the companies' websites are still using Google and Facebook code that allows data on users to be sent to the US, despite the EU Court of Justice declaring this illegal a month ago. 

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Companies: Elisa / Fastweb / Free Mobile / Onet / RTE / Sky Deutschland / Tele2 / Zoznam
Countries: Europe
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