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I would though say one thing.

The Commission does not expect national courts in any of the other adequate countries to consider and incorporate ECJ decisions into their national privacy regimes. I don't recall any adequacy opinion from Art 29 insisting on their views or court decisions being followed as a condition for adequacy.


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