NOYB, a non-profit group created by Max Schrems, filed 101 complaints against entities in 30 EU and European Economic Area member states for continued use of Google Analytics and Facebook Connect integrations to transfer data of EU citizens to the U.S. The group said neither tech company has a legal basis to transfer information following the Court of Justice of the European Union's "Schrems II" ruling. "Google still claims to rely on the ‘Privacy Shield’ a month after it was invalidated, while Facebook continues to use the ‘SCCs,’" NOYB said in its announcement of the complaints. Meanwhile, Facebook published a post on updating its data transfer mechanisms.
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