The Wall Street Journal reports the Irish Data Protection Commission triggered the first-ever use of the EU General Data Protection Regulation's dispute-resolution mechanism in a case involving Twitter. The Irish DPC had forwarded its draft decision to the other EU data protection authorities, but Irish DPC Deputy Commissioner Graham Doyle said, "following consultation a number of objections were maintained and the DPC has now referred the matter to the European Data Protection Board." According to the report, the board has up to two months to vote on a final decision. Editor's note: The IAPP's GDPR Genius provides a wide range of GDPR-related resources.
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