A German citizen has brought a lawsuit against the European Commission alleging violations of the EU General Data Protection Regulation. The plaintiff is claiming that the Commission is illegally transferring personal data to the US against the Court of Justice of the European Union's Schrems II ruling while also alleging insufficient transparency around its data processing practices. The founder of Europäische Gesellschaft für Datenschutz, Thomas Bindl, who is representing the plaintiff, said that the case will act as "a clear sign that everyone must adhere to the data protection requirements."
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