Facebook is set to face potentially record-breaking fine for their noncompliance with the GDPR.
Facebook and Instagram could be prohibited from sending European user data to the United States within the next two months
The DPC issued the fine last September after investigating GDPR breaches.
Europe’s senior regulator critical of data protection commission over data collection investigation.
From February advertisers will no longer be able to see young users’ gender or type of posts they have engaged with.
Facebook, Instagram told to pay up, make changes to data slurping process within 3 months.
Penalty follows investigation into Instagram setting that allowed teenagers to set up accounts that displayed contact details.
Meta Platforms Inc. reiterated its warning that it may have no choice but to pull its popular Facebook and Instagram services from the European Union.
The Irish DPC informed its EU DPA counterparts of its draft decision to halt Meta's data flows from the EU to the U.S.
Meta Platforms is facing a potentially large fine from DPC for breaches of children’s data rights.