Ireland DPC Proposes to Fine Facebook

The Irish DPC agreed with Facebook’s legal basis for processing user data (for purposes of performing a contract which its users were party to), which included processing for behavioural advertising purposes and is supported by provisions in its Terms of Service; however, the DPC found that Facebook’s privacy notice was disjointed, incomplete and lacked transparency (potentially misleading users on the processing basis), proposing a fine between €28,000,000 and €36,000,000, and ordering compliance within 3 months.

 

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