Twitter data breach decision due on December 17: Irish data regulator

Samuel Stolton reports:

Despite “very divergent views” between EU data protection authorities over a case of data breaches by Twitter, a final decision on the bloc’s first major cross-border online privacy case is due to be published on December 17th, it has been revealed.

Irish Data Commissioner Helen Dixon said on Thursday (3 December) that talks with fellow EU data protection regulators had been beset by “high levels of dispute” on a final decision as to Twitter’s punishment following a 2019 disclosure on a bug in its Android app. The bug had led to some Twitter users’ protected tweets being made public.

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