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BY THE IRISH DATA PROTECTION AUTHORITY: DPC Launches Two Inquiries Into TikTok Concerning Compliance With GDPR Requirements Relating To The Processing Of Childrens’ Personal Data And Transfers Of Data To China

BY THE IRISH DATA PROTECTION AUTHORITY: DPC launches two inquiries into TikTok concerning compliance with GDPR requirements relating to the processing of childrens’ personal data and transfers of data to China

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The Data Protection Commission (DPC) has commenced two own-volition inquiries pursuant to section 110 of the Data Protection Act 2018 in relation to TikTok Technology Limited’s (TikTok) compliance with requirements of the GDPR.

The first inquiry will examine TikTok’s compliance with the GDPR’s data protection by design and default requirements as they relate to the processing of personal data in the context of platform settings for users under age 18 and age verification measures for persons under 13. This inquiry will also examine whether TikTok has complied with the GDPR’s transparency obligations in the context of the processing of personal data of users under age 18.

The second inquiry will focus on transfers by Tiktok of personal data to China and TikTok’s compliance with the GDPR’s requirements for transfers of personal data to third countries.

SOURCE: IRISH DATA PROTECTION AUTHORITY – DPC

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