Template:DecisionBOXDocumentation

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 {{DecisionBOXDocumentation|Type}} 
where Type is either DPA, COURT or CJEU.
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Information about the CJEU decision

  • Case_Number_Name=C-673/17

The case number in the register

  • ECLI=ECLI:EU:C:2019:801

The European Case-Law Identifier (ECLI) including the prefix "ECLI", so it will always start with "ECLI:EU:C:".

Use the english version link to Curia.

  • Date_Decided=1. 10. 2019
  • Year=2019

DPA information

First you need to include the relevant information on the Data Protection Authority. Most of these elements must follow the GDPRhub standards to include the new case in the relevant categories.

  • Jurisdiction=Austria

Here you must enter the name of the country or "European Union" for EU decisions. For decisions by the 16 local German state DPAs, please enter "Germany" too.

  • DPA-BG-Color=background-color:#ffffff;

Here you can enter the background color that should be displayed behind the DPA logo. In many countries the logo fits well with a transparent background - in this case you leave this variable empty. In most other countries the background needs to be white. In this case you can enter "background-color:#ffffff;" for this variable. Only a hand full of DPAs need a specific color as a background. Check the DPA page to find the code.

  • DPAlogo=logoIE.png

The DPA logo is always "logo" + Country Code + ".png". For example the Austrian DPA logo is "logoAT.png". For the 16 local German state DPAs the country code is "DE" + "-" + the state code, so for example "LogoDE-SH.png" is the logo for Schleswig-Holstein.

  • DPA_Abbrevation=ICO

The abbreviation is the short form (as used on GDPRhub) for the DPA. For example the Irish Data Protection Commissioner is called "DPC". The UK Information Commissioner's office is called "ICO".

  • DPA_With_Country=ICO (United Kingdom)

For certain links GDPRhub also needs the country together with the name of the DPA. Always use the format "DPA" + "(Country)".

Court information

First you need to include the relevant information on the Court. Most of these elements must follow the GDPRhub standards to include the new case in the relevant categories.

  • Jurisdiction=Austria

Here you must enter the name of the country or "European Union" for EU decisions. For decisions by the 16 local German state DPAs, please enter "Germany" too.

  • Court-BG-Color=background-color:#ffffff;

Here you can enter the background color that should be displayed behind the Court logo. In many countries the logo fits well with a transparent background - in this case you leave this variable empty. In most other countries the background needs to be white. In this case you can enter "background-color:#ffffff;" for this variable. Only a hand full of Court logos need a specific color as a background. Check the another decision page to find the code.

  • Courtlogo=CourtsAT.png

The general court logo is always "Courts" + Country Code + ".png". For example the Austrian courts logo is "CourtsAT.png". Some specific courts use Abbrevation + Country Code + ".png". For example the Austrian Austrian Constitutional Court (VfGH) logo is "VfGHAT.png".

  • Court_Abbrevation=VfGH

The abbreviation is the short form (as used on GDPRhub) for the court. For example the Austrian Austrian Constitutional Court is called VfGH and the Austrian Supreme Court is called OGH.

  • Court_With_Country=VfGH (Austria)

For certain links GDPRhub also needs the country together with the name of the Court. Always use the format Abbrevation + "(Country)".

Case identifiers

  • Case_Number_Name=DSB-D122.844/0006-DSB/2018

Here you must enter the national case number or the case name. If there are different systems, use the official code or the most relevant code to find a case.

  • ECLI=ECLI:AT:DSB:2018:DSB.D122.844.0006.DSB.2018

Some countries also assign a European Case Law Identifier to each decision. If available, please enter it here.

Source information (up to 2)

You can add up to two source links (e.g. for decisions in two languages).

  • Original_Source_Name_1=XYZ Database

Here you must enter the name of the database or webpage where you got the information about the case.

Here you must enter the link the the source.

  • Original_Source_Language_1=English

Here you must enter the original language (e.g. English, German, Spanish).

  • Original_Source_Language__Code_1=EN

Here you must enter the two-letter-code of that language (e.g. EN, DE, ES).

Key facts of the case

  • Type=Complaint
  • Outcome=Upheld
  • Date_Decided=23. 1. 2020
  • Date_Published=23. 1. 2020
  • Year=2020
  • Fine=10,000
  • Currency=EUR

Applied law (up to 20)[edit source]

  • GDPR_Article_1=Article 6(1)(f) GDPR
  • GDPR_Article_Link_1=Article 6 GDPR#1f
  • EU_Law_Name_1=Article 5(3) ePrivacy Directive 2002/58/EC
  • National_Law_Name_1=§ 29 DSG

Party information (up to 5)[edit source]

  • Party_Name_1=Google

Referenced court

In the typical case where a national court submitted questions to the CJEU for a preliminary ruling on the interpretation of European law, enter the name and case number of that court.

  • Reference_Body=BGH (Germany)
  • Reference_Case_Number_Name=

Appeal information

  • Appeal_To_Case_Number_Name=XYZ/2019
  • Appeal_To_Status=Upheld

Other information[edit source]

You can add your name to a page as the author who initially contributed a decision to GDPRhub. You can use {{subst:REVISIONUSER}}}} to automatically enter your wiki username.

  • Initial_Contributor={{subst:REVISIONUSER}}}}