Media page of “europe-v-facebook.org”
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>> A quick summary on ”europe-v-facebook.org” can be found here (PDF).
>> PRISM: Irish High Court has accepted Judicial Review against DPC>> Media Update (PDF)
>> DPC wants to “kill” Facebook Procedure after PRISM was “killed” Students forced to go to courts against Irish Data Protection Authority.>> Media Update (PDF)>> Letters on Facebook procedure (PDF), Letters on PRISM (PDF)>> Request for a formal Decision (PDF)
>> Irish DPC says Facebook and Apple may forward data to NSA under EU law...>> Update from the 7/25/2013, including all documents and information (PDF)>> For more information on the initial complains see below.
>> Legal Complaints filed against PRISM-Companies.>> Press Update (PDF)>> Complaints: Facebook (PDF), Apple (PDF), Yahoo (PDF), Skype (PDF) and Microsoft (PDF)
>> Raising pressure: EU Parliamentarians are questioning EU Commission over Irish reluctance to enforce EU privacy laws on Facebook.
>> Press Information (PDF)>> Parliamentarian Question (English)>> Original parliamentarian Question (PDF, German)
>> A couple of examples of “undeleted” data on Facebook can be found here (PDF).>> All documents (complaints, reports, e-mails) concerning our case can be found here.>> The whole date sets and what Facebook is exactly collecting can be found here.
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