Max Schrems

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A full-page newspaper advertisment, taken out by Mark Zuckerberg, the chairman  of Facebook, to apologise for the data privacy scandal. Photograph: Getty Images

Ireland’s data protection commissioner says around 2,000 internet connections in Europe are linked to the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica data scandal in(...)

Max Schrems, who in August 2011 flagged the loophole that allowed apps installed by users of Facebook to ‘harvest’ data from their friends without their direct knowledge or explicit consent.

A loophole that led to a political data firm using unauthorised information collected from Facebook users in Donald Trump’s campaign was raised with a(...)

Mr Schrems said in going to a neutral court, Facebook will have to explain  whether its business model is in line with stringent European privacy laws

Europe’s highest court has granted privacy campaigner Max Schrems permission to challenge Facebook’s business practices in his native Austria, but not(...)

Online surveillance: section 702’s possible renewal will present serious difficulties unless clear protections are  introduced for EU data.

Last week, the US House of Representatives followed in the footsteps of the Senate earlier this month, and voted to extend the deeply controversial se(...)

Facebook argued US law and various measures afford adequate protection for data privacy rights of EU citizens.  Photograph: Reuters

A High Court judge will rule later on exactly what questions and information she should put before the Court of Justice of the EU for its consideratio(...)

Privacy activist Max Schrems , whose new project, noyb, is gathering funding via a Kickstarter-like platform until January. Photograph: Julien Warnand/EPA

Max Schrems is at it again. Tomorrow Austria’s restless privacy activist will be in the High Court in Dublin for the latest round in his long-running (...)

Max Schrems: the Austrian activist’s Facebook case has its origins in a 2011 complaint he filed to the Data Protection Commissioner in Dublin.

Viennese lawyer Max Schrems is entitled to sue Facebook’s Dublin-based subsidiary through the Austrian courts, a leading European Union court adviser (...)

An economist has suggested that public sector representative bodies use their pension funds to invest in affordable housing for their members.

An Garda Síochána should consider using their pension fund to set up a co-operative to build houses, according to lecturer in housing and urban issues(...)

Max Schrems displays Facebook’s logo on his phone. Photograph: Joe Klamarjoe/Getty

If the European Court of Justice has a loyalty card, Max Schrems should apply. On Tuesday the EU’s highest court will hear legal opinion on the third (...)

Facebook is  considering seeking an appeal against the Irish court’s decision to ask the ECJ to determine issues in the data commissioner’s case. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

The US government has said it is “critically important” its views are taken into account when the High Court finalises questions to be decided by the (...)

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