C037-106 LinkedIn Ireland Unlimited Company
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ControllerLinkedIn Ireland Unlimited Company
Case statusPending (2 - 3 years)
One of our series of complaints on cookie banners.
Letter to DPC about scope
Pointing out to the DPC that they should investigate in full and take into account the legal provisions mentioned in the complaints.
Receipt by DPC
DPC Letter to noyb
Letter to DPC for Clarification
DPC commenced an Inquiry
DPC has commenced an Inquiry under Section 110 1 of the Act 18
If we wish to make any further submissions/comments or provide any further information/material to the DPC in relation to this GDPR complaint, these can be provided to the Lead Investigator for this Inquiry by 5.30 pm on Friday 17 February 2023.
DPC non amicable resolution letter
The DPC tried to resolve the case amicably but we disagreed because some violations were outstanding. Accordingly, the DPC will now proceed in accordance with the provisions of section 109(4) of the Act.
Submission by noyb sent
Type K not remedied. They state they no longer process the Complainant's data, but that the third parties probably still do.
noyb confirmed we will respond
noyb confirmed we will respond by 18 November.
DPC sent noyb the controllers submission
noyb responded to the DPC
noyb responded to the DPC that they excluded one case from their list of complaints and requested that all complaints be covered.
DPC confirmed they will investigate
DPC confirmed they will start the investigation of 17 complaints.
DPC will respond
DPC one-liner they will respond in the coming days
noyb responded that the DPC is competent
noyb responded that the DPC is competent to investigate the cases under the GDPR and that it does not make sense to forward them to the telecoms authorities abroad. noyb provided evidence that personal data was processed when submitting complaints. noyb p
DPC letter insisting they are not competent to investigate
DPC will respond
DPC worte that they will respond in the coming days.
noyb responded on competence
noyb responded that that (1) this does not make sense under Irish ePrivacy law and (2) the complaint is brought also under GDPR and their own ePrivacy guidance says that if there is personal data in cookie, GDPR applies too. We told them to get back by 19
DPC may not be competent auhority
DPC wrote that their assessment suggests that the DPC may not be the competent authority to carry out investigations under Regulation 17 of S.I. No. 336 of 2011 because the complainant's device was outside of Ireland at the time of the violation.
DPC wrote us a letter
DPC wrote ""The purpose of this letter is to inform you that the DPC is still considering these complaints and the appropriate legislative framework under which to deal with them.""
noyb asked for a specific date for update
noyb asked to indicate a specific date when the next update can be expected and when we can get access to the submissions, if any were made.
DPC acknowledged receipt
DPC acknowledged receipt of the complaint and is assessing it.