C029-83 Petit Press, a. s.

Data Transfers
Case project
Filing DPA
Petit Press, a. s.
Case status
Pending (3 - 4 years)
Filed: (3 years 9 months ago)

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.

Date Summary
DPA sends status update

Reply to noyb Post Schufa Letter


The investigation is still ongoing, we should have received the controller's via the DSB on 05.09.2022. We didn't get anything though.

noyb asks the DSB to be provided with the controllers submission mentioned by the Slowakian DPA earlier today
noyb sent email to request update
noyb went to the DPA in Bratislava

They could not give information and suggested that we contact them by email.

noyb reached out to Slovak DPA on LinkedIn as other channels do not work

... asking for an update

Several calls to the Slovakian DPA to ask for update

noyb called the Slovakian DPA several times from 2 May until 16 May but the DPA never picked up

Slowak DPA told us that DSB will inform us of outcome under Article 60
Slowak DPA confirmed receipt of email sent earlier today

automated message

noyb asked Slowak DPA for an update

When we called them, they could not identify the complaints and asked for the case manager as an identifier even though for 2 of the 3 cases pending with the Slovak DPA we even have their own case numbers. They also mentioned that they might have trouble receiving information on complaints that are "so old".

noyb sent an email after the call, requesting an update.

noyb asked for an update again
noyb filed a reply to the controllers statement
noyb called the DSB as documents were missing

noyb called the DSB, as the attachments to the controller's reply were missing. According to the DSB, the attachments were not uploaded into the IMI. Later that day, the DSB called back and said that they have found the attachments (it's screenshots).

DSB provided us with the controllers reply to our complaint and set a 2 week deadline to reply
DSB stayed procedure until LSA is established and has decided
Complaint filed