The Irish High Court determined Facebook can file a Judicial Review against the Irish Data Protection Commission, according to advocacy group NOYB. The court also put a pause on the DPC's "ex officio" investigation into the tech company's data transfers between the EU and U.S. The news comes after Facebook filed an appeal with the court to challenge the DPC's order to stop transborder data transfers. Meanwhile, the Financial Times reports companies seek guidance from EU regulators following the Court of Justice of the European Union's "Schrems II" ruling.
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