The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) will offer a final decision on the Irish Data Protection Commission's children's privacy case against Meta's Instagram, according to its 28 July plenary agenda. The case, which relates to the processing of personal data of children, was referred to the EDPB for approval. However, the board's disapproval mechanism triggered the dispute resolution mechanism under Article 65 of the EU General Data Protection Regulation. The board's plenary session will also consider its draft opinion with the European Data Protection Supervisor on European Parliament's plans to combat child sexual abuse.
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