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Protect the IT giants, crush the netizens: the essence of GDPR law addendum


According to a recent reports, Ireland has decided to adopt a policy of maintaining the confidentiality of GDPR complaints. The country, which serves as the European headquarters for many technology giants, has faced numerous complaints related to data protection and privacy under the GDPR framework.

By keeping these complaints confidential, Ireland aims to protect the privacy and rights of the individuals involved, as well as safeguard sensitive information related to the investigations. This move reflects the importance of ensuring the integrity and effectiveness of the GDPR complaint process.

Decision to maintain confidentiality is not without its critics. Some argue that increased transparency and public awareness of the complaints and their outcomes could contribute to a more robust data protection environment.

Nonetheless, Ireland’s approach is seen as an attempt to strike a balance between protecting privacy and allowing for effective investigation and resolution of GDPR-related issues. It will be interesting to observe the implications of this decision and how it may shape the future of GDPR complaint handling in Ireland and beyond.

Written by: Grace Kennedy

Grace Kennedy is a leading journalist, columnist of events in Ireland and beyond. 8 years in journalism, since she dropped out of university and ran away from home.

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