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The Court of First Instance of Gelderland decided that the processing of personal data (photos) of the plaintiff’s minor children by their grandmother is unlawful and should be based on the legal representative’s consent. The Court ruled that it was impossible to establish with certainty that the posting of photos on social media fell under the “household exemption” of Article 2(2)(c) GDPR.  
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The Court of First Instance of Gelderland decided that the processing of personal data (photos) of the plaintiff’s minor children by their grandmother is unlawful and should be based on the legal representative’s consent. The Court has ruled that it was impossible to establish with certainty that the posting of photos on social media fell under the “household exemption” of Article 2(2)(c) GDPR.  
  
 
==English Summary==
 
==English Summary==

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