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Daily Dashboard | Irish DPC to investigate Twitter's tracking practices Related reading: FTC Chair Simons voices support for federal US privacy law

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The Irish Data Protection Commission is investigating Twitter after privacy researcher Michael Veale filed a complaint against the platform for its refusal to fulfill an access request to obtain all the personal information held on him, Fortune reports. Specifically, Twitter refused to disclose tracking data from when he clicked on t.co links held in other users' tweets, arguing it would take a “disproportionate effort.” In a letter to Veale, the DPC confirmed it was investigating his complaint and said the matter would likely be handled by the European Data Protection Board since Veale’s complaint “involves cross-border processing.”
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