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Major decision on the legality of Facebook’s EU-US data transfers is due to be adopted today


Reminder: Today is the deadline for the Meta’s lead privacy regulator in Europe to adopt a final decision on a nearly decade-long complaint against Facebook’s transfers of personal data from the EU to the US that could see the company ordered to stop the flow of data.
The Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC) confirmed to TechCrunch it will adopt its final decision today.
However we understand there will be further delay (of just over a week) before the decision is made public. The date we’ve been told the order will officially be published is May 22 — assuming details do not leak out beforehand.
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