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Justice Caroline Costello, of the High Court of Ireland, has begun hearing arguments regarding Irish Data Protection Commissioner Helen Dixon's request to have the CJEU determine whether standard contractual clauses are legitimate methods for transferring personal data outside the EU, reports. Schrems lawyer Eoin McCullough argued Dixon should suspend transfers immediately, and that the CJEU's involvement is unnecessary, while Facebook lawyer Paul Gallagher agreed the CJEU should not be involved, but rather because Schrems' objections to data transfers are "deeply flawed" and have been overtaken by events surrounding the establishment of Privacy Shield.
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