Meta considering appeal over €17m fine for GDPR breaches

24/03/2022 | Independent.ie

It should surprise nobody that Meta has said it is yet to decide whether it intends to appeal the €17m fine imposed by the Irish Data Protection Commissioner for a series of twelve data breaches that occurred between June and December 2018. A spokesperson for the parent company of Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp said “We’re still reviewing the decision.” 

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