Schrems reports DPC to Austrian authorities over Facebook complaint documents
Austrian privacy activist was told the DPC could not provide him with certain documents unless he agreed legally not to disseminate them publicly
Max Schrems, the Austrian privacy activist, has stepped up his dispute with the Data Protection Commission (DPC) after it refused to release records of a complaint against Facebook involving his organisation over concerns he might make them public.
Noyb, Schrems’s privacy activist group, has filed a criminal report against the DPC with the Austrian prosecutor over the issue, alleging the DPC would only provide it with the documents if it signed a legal agreement not...
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