The European Data Protection Authorities (DPAs) have published a report on the work of the task force established to investigate the 101 complaints submitted by the NOYB after the CJEU Schrems II ruling. The report outlines the unanimous opinions of the task force’s members and summarizes the results from the first cases evaluated. Specifically, many of the DPAs have commanded website proprietors to abide by Chapter V of the GDPR and, where necessary, to put an end to the particular transfer in question.
The task force was formed in September of 2020 with the goal of harmonizing the handling of NOYB’s identical grievances concerning the utilization of the “Google Analytics” and “Facebook Business Tools” programs on webpages, accompanied by the concomitant transmission of personal data to America.
The positions expressed in this record do not reflect the EDPB’s stance, nor should they be seen as prejudging the examination that all DPAs must carry out for every complaint and each application taken into account.