C029-63 Airbnb Ireland UC
Case projectData Transfers
Filing DPAAEPD (Spain)
ControllerAirbnb Ireland UC
Case statusPending (3 - 4 years)
This is one of noyb 101 complaints which were filed after the "Schrems II" judgement in Summer 2020. The judgement invalidated the EU-US data transfer mechanism "Privacy Shield". The cases were generated based on implemented Google Analytics or Facebook tracking code on websites by EU providers, which leads to unlawful data transfers to the United States.
noyb called the DPC and requested a status update
DPC thanked us for sending correct representation agreement
noyb sent a correct represenatation agreement
DPC writes about representation agreement
DPC informed us that the representation agreement mentiones Google instead of Facebook.
Update by DPC
"This complaint is under active consideration and the DPC has been engaging with the DC for some time in relation to it. Further engagement will be required with the DC. Furthermore, before concluding this complaint the DPC will need to consider the forthcoming views of the EDPB Taskforce which is currently discussing complaints related to Facebook. "
noyb sent the correct representation agreemen
noyb sent the representation agreement mentioning the correct case number directly to the DPC.
We received a letter from the AEPD
We received a letter from the AEPD tating that an incorrect representation agreement had been attached to the complaint
AEPD states thaat case is now with the DPC
Received a letter from the AEPD stating that the case is now with the DPC, and attached an acknowledgment letter from the DPC, in which the DPC declare themselves as LSA.
We received a letter by the AEPD
In mid-October 2020, we received a letter by the AEDP outlining the further course of the procedure. The AEPD has forwarded the case to the DPC as probable LSA.
AEPD confirmed of receipt of the complaint
noyb sent followup email to the AEPD