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Commission Decision - Validity - Personal data - Protection of individuals with regard to processing of data - Transfer of personal data to third countries - Complaint by individual - Powers of national supervisory authorities - Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, arts 7, 8 and 47 - Parliament and Council Directive 95/46/EC, arts 25 and 28

20 October 2015

Schrems v Data Protection Commissioner and another (Case C-362/14) EU:C:2015:650; [2015] WLR (D) 403

ECJ: President V Skouris; Vice-President K Lenaerts; Presidents of Chambers A Tizzano, R Silva de Lapuerta, T von Danwitz (Rapporteur), S Rodin, K Jurimae; Judges A Rosas, E Juhasz, A Borg Barthet, J Malenovsky, D Svaby, M Berger, F Biltgen, C Lycourgos; Advocate General Y Bot

6 October 2015

In the light of articles 7, 8 and 47 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union a decision adopted pursuant to article 25(6) of Parliament and Council Directive 95/46/EC (as amended), such as Commission Decision 2000/520/EC, by which the European Commission found a third country ensured an adequate level of protection, did not prevent a supervisory authority of a member state from examining the claim of a perso...

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