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Daily Dashboard | CJEU prepared to hear arguments in Schrems' case against Facebook Related reading: A view from DC: Is your privacy notice stuck in the ’90s?



Reuters reports Facebook and Austrian lawyer Max Schrems are finally set to give their arguments to the Court of Justice of the European Union Tuesday in a case regarding the social network's use of standard contractual clauses for personal data transfers. The long-awaited trial will commence after Facebook's attempts to avoid a CJEU hearing through an appeal. The CJEU's decision has the potential to affect cross-border data transfers for hundreds of thousands of companies and organizations, while Europeans' fundamental right to privacy will also be tested. Editor's Note: Jennifer Baker wrote a piece for The Privacy Advisor detailing Schrems' case against Facebook.
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