Fake Data Commissioner forced to do her job

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling in favour of Austrian privacy activist Max Schrems has placed Ireland’s Data Protection Commissioner (DPC) in a very awkward position.

Awkward because the DPC, as a standard fake Irish law-enforcement authority, now finds itself under pressure to actually do what it has always just pretended to do – enforce law.

The DPC was established to be nothing more than the usual compliant lapdog in assisting our corrupt political/administrative system to manipulate democracy for the benefit of those who rule over us.

Now, because of pesky outsiders like Schrems and the ECJ, this Irish ‘law enforcement authority’ will find it very difficult to respond to alleged law breaking in the traditional manner of dismissively announcing – move on peasants, nothing to see here.