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Big tech companies exposed to privacy challenges after EU court decision

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Big tech companies exposed to privacy challenges after EU court decision

Big tech companies exposed to privacy challenges after EU court decision

Facebook, Google, Twitter, and others can be challenged by watchdogs in any EU member state, not just its lead regulator in Ireland, the bloc’s top court has ruled.


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