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<div style="margin:5px 5px 5px 5px; padding:10px 10px 10px 10px; background:#EEEEEE">'''The easiest way to submit a new case to our wiki, is the GDPRhub Submission Form:'''
 
<div style="margin:5px 5px 5px 5px; padding:10px 10px 10px 10px; background:#EEEEEE">'''The easiest way to submit a new case to our wiki, is the GDPRhub Submission Form:'''
  
[[File:How to submit a case via the GDPRhub form.png|right|350px|alt=|class=desktop-only|link=https://noyb.eu/files/web/GDPRhub_form.mp4]]
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[[File:How to submit a case via the GDPRhub form.png|right|350x350px|alt="Short explainer video"|class=desktop-only|link=https://noyb.eu/files/web/GDPRhub_form.mp4]]
  
 
#[[Special:CreateAccount|Create an account with GDPRhub]]
 
#[[Special:CreateAccount|Create an account with GDPRhub]]
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#Fill out the [https://submit.gdprhub.eu/ GDPRhub Submission Form]
 
#Fill out the [https://submit.gdprhub.eu/ GDPRhub Submission Form]
 
#Click submit
 
#Click submit
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#Once you have submitted a case, you can edit the page like any other wiki page
  
 
[[File:submit.png|200px|link=https://submit.gdprhub.eu/]]
 
[[File:submit.png|200px|link=https://submit.gdprhub.eu/]]
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Below you can find a guide on how to summarize decisions for the GDPRhub.
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If you have questions or suggestions you can always [[GDPRhub:About|contact us]].
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==Choose the Right Form==
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There are three versions of the form:
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*One for '''DPA Decisions''' (Data Protection Authorities)
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*One for '''Court Decisions'''
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*One for '''CJEU Decisions''' (Court of Justice of the European Union)
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''<u>Note</u>: There is no form for other types of bodies, but you can usually use the Court form and maybe edit the details in the final wiki page. Our team is happy to help you there.''
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<u>Manual editing of pages:</u> You do not have to manually edit our pages anymore, but if you are interested in the Mediawiki structure of pages, for example to edit them, you can find more details on the [[How to add a new decision manually (outdated)]] page.
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==Enter all Meta Information==
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The correct meta information is key to enable readers to find your summary. Please take care to be very precise, as many elements require each digit to be correct, so that your summary shows up in the right category.
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===Jurisdiction===
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*'''Jurisdiction''': it only allows EU Member States, EEA Member States, the "European Union", Switzerland and the UK.
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===Authority or Court===
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*'''DPAs''': All details of all relevant DPAs are already in our system. You just have to choose the right authority.
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*'''Courts:''' When adding local courts, please take special care to enter the right details:
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**<u>Abbreviation ("Abbr."):</u> This should be the short form of the Court as used in the Member State (for example the "Kammergericht" in Berlin is abbreviated as "KG Berlin")
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**<u>Name</u>: The full name of the Court as used in the Member State (for example "Kammergericht Berlin")
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**<u>English Name:</u> The English (usually descriptive) name of the Court to make foreign readers understand what type of court this was. Some Member States have official English names (e.g. Germany) with other Countries you have to translate the name yourself. If your Court has an English name (e.g. the Irish High Court) you just enter the same name twice.
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===National Case Number or Name===
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*'''National Case Number:''' Most Member States have some form of case numbering. Just enter the relevant number here. If in doubt, maybe check how the other cases from your country were formatted. You can check for example by clicking on your [[:Category:Jurisdiction|jurisdiction]].
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*'''Case Name:''' Some Member States use case names, in these cases enter the case name instead of the number.
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''<u>Note:</u> If the case was not published or you do not know the details (e.g. because there is only a press statement by the DPA) then you can enter a descriptive case name (e.g. "Austrian Postal Service").''
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===ECLI===
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*Some Member States also add the European Case Law Identifier (ECLI) to decisions. If that is present, you should add it here.
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===Applied Law(s)===
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*'''GDPR Article:''' Choose the GDPR Articles and the sub-paragraph that are relevant for your case.
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**You can add multiple articles. Always add <u>all relevant Articles</u> (e.g. Article 6(1)(a) and 4(11) GDPR in a case concerning the requirements of consent).
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**Always use the <u>most specific sub-paragraph</u> (e.g. Article 6(1)(a) GDPR for consent and Article 6(1) GDPR if there was no legal basis at all).
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*'''EU Law:''' If any other EU law was relied on, add the Article and name of the law and a link
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**Follow the Format "Article 1(2)(a) Directive 2021/1234" for the name
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**Add a link (e.g. to EurLEX) for the relevant law
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*'''National/Other Law:''' You can add other relevant national laws (e.g. a national Data Protection Act).
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**Follow the common national <u>short</u> citation (the text has to go in a small box)
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**Add a link (e.g. to the national legal database) for the relevant law
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===Type of Decision, Outcome & Fine===
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For DPAs you can add the type of decision, the outcome and the fine. Just choose the relevant value form the drop-down options. This allows us to e.g. later compare fines or find cases where a DPA has upheld complaints or fined controllers on certain issues.
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===Date Decided or Date Published===
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*Whenever possible, add the "date decided" in the box.
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*If there is no information about the date a case was decided, you can at least add the data a case was published, or the relevant source was published.
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===Parties===
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Some cases say who the parties were. If so, you should add the name. You may also add the URL of the party, as this can help readers to understand the context or type of controller better. When the parties are abbreviated (e.g. "A versus B") you can add "A" and "B" as names.
  
''For all other options, see below...''
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===Original Source===
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You can add one or more sources for the decision. Choose the most official version and ideally a PDF (easier to auto-translate). If you are not sure, you can add multiple sources.
  
==GDPRhub Submission Form==
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*'''Name:''' (Short) name of the source (e.g. "BAILII" for the British and Irish Legal Information Institute)
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*'''Language:''' The language of the original source
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*'''URL:''' The link to the original source
  
The easiest way to submit a new case to our wiki, is the GDPRhub Submission Form. It is an exteral form that automatically generates all the relevant text without any need to dive into Wiki markup.
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===Appeals & Reference Information===
  
#[[Special:CreateAccount|Create an account with GDPRhub]]
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====Lower Decision====
#[[Special:UserLogin|Log in]] with your Account
 
#Fill out the [https://submit.gdprhub.eu/ GDPRhub Submission Form]
 
#Click submit
 
  
Once you have submitted a page with the form, you can still edit the page like any other wiki page using the Visual editor or the source code editor...
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*'''Was this an appeal?''' Choose yes, if this case was an appeal from a lower court or from any other decision.
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*'''Original Decision:''' If this was an appeal, add the details (Court, Case Number or Name and Link) as described above.
  
==Manually generating a new page==
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====Higher Decision====
  
If you search for a page that doesn't exist (using the search box) then you will be provided with a <u>red link</u> to create the new page.  
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*'''Appeal Status:''' Choose the appeal status from the drop down. Choose "unknown" if there is no clear indication yet.
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*'''Superior Decision:''' If there is (already) a superior decision, add the details (Court, Case Number or Name and Link) as described above.
  
Make sure you use the correct name for the page, which is defined in our [[GDPRhub style guide#Naming DPA and court cases|GDPRhub Style Guide]].
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====Reference Information====
  
::<u>For example:</u> For a new decision it is "(DPA/Court name) - (Record Number or Name)".
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*'''Reference:''' Only when you choose to summarise a CJEU decision, you can add the details on the referring court and the case of that court.
  
==Template for DPA decisions==
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''<u>Note:</u>'' ''If there is some form of national reference, appeal within a body (e.g. an appeals board) always treat this an an appeal between two bodies and explain the procedure under the national law in the case description.''
  
*Copy the code below
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==Case Summary==
*Generate a new page by searching for the new page title (Format: "DPA Name" - "Case Number/Name").
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The main text you should write is the actual case summary. It has three mandatory elements (facts, holding and short summary) and the option to add a comment. We also try to add a machine translation of the whole decision so that readers that are more interested can verify your summary and get more details.  
*Open the text editor (not the visual editor) and paste the code below into the new page.
 
*Fill out the variables.
 
  
===Text to copy/paste===
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===Facts===
<div class="toccolours mw-collapsible mw-collapsed" style="border-width: 0px" overflow:auto;">
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The facts should be a short summary of the factual background of the case.  
<div style="background-color:#dfdfdf;">'''Empty text to copy on a new page'''</div>
 
<div class="mw-collapsible-content">
 
<nowiki>
 
    {{DPAdecisionBOX
 
   
 
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    |Jurisdiction=
 
    |DPA-BG-Color=
 
    |DPAlogo=
 
    |DPA_Abbrevation=
 
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    |Case_Number_Name=
 
    |ECLI=
 
   
 
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    |Date_Decided=
 
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    |Appeal_To_Body=
 
    |Appeal_To_Case_Number_Name=
 
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    }}
 
   
 
<!--Here the main article starts-->   
 
    TEXT TEXT TEXT TEXT
 
   
 
    ==English Summary==
 
   
 
    ===Facts===
 
    TEXT TEXT TEXT TEXT
 
   
 
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    TEXT TEXT TEXT TEXT
 
   
 
    ===Holding===
 
    TEXT TEXT TEXT TEXT
 
   
 
    ==Comment==
 
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    ==Further Resources==
 
    ''Share blogs or news articles here!''
 
   
 
    ==English Machine Translation of the Decision==
 
   
 
    The decision below is a machine translation of the ***LANGUAGE*** original. Please refer to the ***LANGUAGE*** original for more details.
 
   
 
    <pre>
 
    TEXT TEXT TEXT TEXT TEXT TEXT TEXT TEXT TEXT TEXT TEXT TEXT TEXT TEXT TEXT TEXT
 
   
 
    </pre>
 
    </nowiki>
 
</div>
 
  
<div class="toccolours mw-collapsible mw-collapsed" style="border-width: 0px" overflow:auto;">
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'''Some general rules:'''
<div style="background-color:#dfdfdf;">'''Sample text to see how to create a new page'''</div>
 
<div class="mw-collapsible-content">
 
  
<nowiki>
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*Focus on the factual elements that are necessary to understand the case and the holding. Irrelevant facts can be omitted.
    {{DPAdecisionBOX
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*Try to be very detailed on the relevant details (for example the exact wording of a consent clause that was disputed) but skip irrelevant parts.
   
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*Ensure that the facts are summarised in a way that people from other countries can understand them (for example explain that "MegaDB Limited" is a data broker even when most readers in your jurisdiction may know that.
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    |DPAlogo=logoAT.png
 
    |DPA_Abbrevation=DSB
 
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    |Case_Number_Name=DSB-D122.844/0006-DSB/2018
 
    |ECLI=ECLI:AT:DSB:2018:DSB.D122.844.0006.DSB.2018
 
   
 
    |Original_Source_Name_1=RIS
 
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    |Type=Complaint
 
    |Outcome=Upheld
 
    |Date_Decided=21. 5. 2018
 
    |Date_Published=
 
    |Year=2018
 
    |Fine=None
 
    |Currency=
 
   
 
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    |GDPR_Article_1=Article 12(5) GDPR
 
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Latest revision as of 14:55, 21 April 2021

The easiest way to submit a new case to our wiki, is the GDPRhub Submission Form:
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  1. Create an account with GDPRhub
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  4. Click submit
  5. Once you have submitted a case, you can edit the page like any other wiki page

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Below you can find a guide on how to summarize decisions for the GDPRhub.

If you have questions or suggestions you can always contact us.


Choose the Right Form[edit | edit source]

There are three versions of the form:

  • One for DPA Decisions (Data Protection Authorities)
  • One for Court Decisions
  • One for CJEU Decisions (Court of Justice of the European Union)

Note: There is no form for other types of bodies, but you can usually use the Court form and maybe edit the details in the final wiki page. Our team is happy to help you there.

Manual editing of pages: You do not have to manually edit our pages anymore, but if you are interested in the Mediawiki structure of pages, for example to edit them, you can find more details on the How to add a new decision manually (outdated) page.

Enter all Meta Information[edit | edit source]

The correct meta information is key to enable readers to find your summary. Please take care to be very precise, as many elements require each digit to be correct, so that your summary shows up in the right category.

Jurisdiction[edit | edit source]

  • Jurisdiction: it only allows EU Member States, EEA Member States, the "European Union", Switzerland and the UK.

Authority or Court[edit | edit source]

  • DPAs: All details of all relevant DPAs are already in our system. You just have to choose the right authority.
  • Courts: When adding local courts, please take special care to enter the right details:
    • Abbreviation ("Abbr."): This should be the short form of the Court as used in the Member State (for example the "Kammergericht" in Berlin is abbreviated as "KG Berlin")
    • Name: The full name of the Court as used in the Member State (for example "Kammergericht Berlin")
    • English Name: The English (usually descriptive) name of the Court to make foreign readers understand what type of court this was. Some Member States have official English names (e.g. Germany) with other Countries you have to translate the name yourself. If your Court has an English name (e.g. the Irish High Court) you just enter the same name twice.

National Case Number or Name[edit | edit source]

  • National Case Number: Most Member States have some form of case numbering. Just enter the relevant number here. If in doubt, maybe check how the other cases from your country were formatted. You can check for example by clicking on your jurisdiction.
  • Case Name: Some Member States use case names, in these cases enter the case name instead of the number.

Note: If the case was not published or you do not know the details (e.g. because there is only a press statement by the DPA) then you can enter a descriptive case name (e.g. "Austrian Postal Service").

ECLI[edit | edit source]

  • Some Member States also add the European Case Law Identifier (ECLI) to decisions. If that is present, you should add it here.

Applied Law(s)[edit | edit source]

  • GDPR Article: Choose the GDPR Articles and the sub-paragraph that are relevant for your case.
    • You can add multiple articles. Always add all relevant Articles (e.g. Article 6(1)(a) and 4(11) GDPR in a case concerning the requirements of consent).
    • Always use the most specific sub-paragraph (e.g. Article 6(1)(a) GDPR for consent and Article 6(1) GDPR if there was no legal basis at all).
  • EU Law: If any other EU law was relied on, add the Article and name of the law and a link
    • Follow the Format "Article 1(2)(a) Directive 2021/1234" for the name
    • Add a link (e.g. to EurLEX) for the relevant law
  • National/Other Law: You can add other relevant national laws (e.g. a national Data Protection Act).
    • Follow the common national short citation (the text has to go in a small box)
    • Add a link (e.g. to the national legal database) for the relevant law

Type of Decision, Outcome & Fine[edit | edit source]

For DPAs you can add the type of decision, the outcome and the fine. Just choose the relevant value form the drop-down options. This allows us to e.g. later compare fines or find cases where a DPA has upheld complaints or fined controllers on certain issues.

Date Decided or Date Published[edit | edit source]

  • Whenever possible, add the "date decided" in the box.
  • If there is no information about the date a case was decided, you can at least add the data a case was published, or the relevant source was published.

Parties[edit | edit source]

Some cases say who the parties were. If so, you should add the name. You may also add the URL of the party, as this can help readers to understand the context or type of controller better. When the parties are abbreviated (e.g. "A versus B") you can add "A" and "B" as names.

Original Source[edit | edit source]

You can add one or more sources for the decision. Choose the most official version and ideally a PDF (easier to auto-translate). If you are not sure, you can add multiple sources.

  • Name: (Short) name of the source (e.g. "BAILII" for the British and Irish Legal Information Institute)
  • Language: The language of the original source
  • URL: The link to the original source

Appeals & Reference Information[edit | edit source]

Lower Decision[edit | edit source]

  • Was this an appeal? Choose yes, if this case was an appeal from a lower court or from any other decision.
  • Original Decision: If this was an appeal, add the details (Court, Case Number or Name and Link) as described above.

Higher Decision[edit | edit source]

  • Appeal Status: Choose the appeal status from the drop down. Choose "unknown" if there is no clear indication yet.
  • Superior Decision: If there is (already) a superior decision, add the details (Court, Case Number or Name and Link) as described above.

Reference Information[edit | edit source]

  • Reference: Only when you choose to summarise a CJEU decision, you can add the details on the referring court and the case of that court.

Note: If there is some form of national reference, appeal within a body (e.g. an appeals board) always treat this an an appeal between two bodies and explain the procedure under the national law in the case description.

Case Summary[edit | edit source]

The main text you should write is the actual case summary. It has three mandatory elements (facts, holding and short summary) and the option to add a comment. We also try to add a machine translation of the whole decision so that readers that are more interested can verify your summary and get more details.

Facts[edit | edit source]

The facts should be a short summary of the factual background of the case.

Some general rules:

  • Focus on the factual elements that are necessary to understand the case and the holding. Irrelevant facts can be omitted.
  • Try to be very detailed on the relevant details (for example the exact wording of a consent clause that was disputed) but skip irrelevant parts.
  • Ensure that the facts are summarised in a way that people from other countries can understand them (for example explain that "MegaDB Limited" is a data broker even when most readers in your jurisdiction may know that.

Holding[edit | edit source]

The holding is the "legal principle to be drawn from the decision". It is the rationale for the decision on the core dispute of the case. In many decisions there may be multiple holdings or connected holdings.

A simple example for a holding could be:

  • "The Court held that consent is not informed (Article 4(11) GDPR), when a data subject did not know about the specific recipients."
  • "The DPA held that even the probability of political affiliations constitutes data revealing political opinions under Article 9(1) GDPR."

Try to avoid texts like the following:

  • "The DPA held that the GDPR was violated." - This does not tell the reader what provision which provision was violated.
  • "The consent was not valid" - This does not tell the reader why it was invalid.

Short Summary[edit | edit source]

The short summary is used for two purposes: (1) It is shown on the top of the page, to allow readers to quickly determine if the case is relevant and (2) it is used for promoting your summary (e.g. on social media). You can check the last summaries as a short text in videos on our @GDPRhub twitter account.

Therefore the short summary should follow these guidelines:

  • They should be 100 to 250 characters (as long as a tweet). You may go over that limit if absolutely necessary.
  • Highlight the core holding (like "probability of political affiliation falls under Article 9 GDPR")
  • Highlight fines and other crucial outcomes.

Try to avoid the following:

  • General statements like (like "X violated the GDPR") as this gives readers very little information. Focus on the main "take away" that you identified in the holding.
  • Company names (like "Creditinfo Lánstrausti hf.") unless the company is generally known in Europe (like "Amazon"). Just say "a controller" (when the type of company is irrelevant) or "a credit ranking agency" (specific type of company).
  • You do not need to highlight the Country.

Comment[edit | edit source]

Especially when a ruling is questionable, at odds with other decision or plainly against the law, you should note that in the comments to put the decision into context for the reader. You may also refer and link to other cases here and give the reader extra context or alternative views. This section also allows you to express your own view and criticise the decision.

Full Decision Text[edit | edit source]

In some cases we can automatically recognise the text of the original decision (PDFs and some databases). If this is not possible, we kindly ask you to copy/paste the text of the decision into this box. Our system will then translate the decision and display an English machine translation at the bottom of the case summary.

Name me![edit | edit source]

Some of our contributes want to be named on GDPRhub and in the GDPRtoday newsletter. You can check the box in the form any add your name (or nickname) to be shown in the case summary (bottom of the table on the right) and in the GDPRtoday newsletter.

Note: The GDPRhub wiki will always show the user name or IP address of any editor. If you do not want to edit the wiki anonymously for the public (see GDPRhub:Privacy policy for details of what the system stores internally) create an account and use a random user name.

Submit and Review Your Summary[edit | edit source]


Once you have submitted your summary, you will be redirected to the final Article.

You can use the normal mediawiki functions to edit and change your decision, if you are not happy with the result.


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