Facebook data leak incident: Irish regulator must step up to the plate, says French minister

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If not, France will 'have to draw some conclusions about the European data protection framework'

France expects strong action from the Ireland's Data protection Commission (DPC) in Facebook data leak incident and could seek to rewrite EU rules if Irish regulator fails again to show its teeth t...

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