In an interview with AFP News, NOYB Honorary Chair Max Schrems discussed the never-ending work of holding technology companies to account for their privacy failings and how the enforcement of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) leaves much to be desired.
Speaking about how the average citizen will find it difficult to enforce their rights, Schrems confirmed the team at NOYB is involved in 800 GDPR complaints. Despite the hundreds of millions of euros in fines imposed following NOYB complaints, Schrems said the GDPR is hardly ever enforced, which is a "big problem" and that "each country has its own way of not getting anything done".
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