With the GDPRHub, noyb has published a database that offers summaries of GDPR-decisions from all over Europe in the form of a wiki.
The database consists of two sections - GDPR-decisions and a knowledge database:
1. The section "Decision database" summarizes the GDPR-decisions of the national data protection authorities and courts in English. The summaries can be searched for the relevant GDPR article, issuing data protection authority or court. Every day, noyb monitors more than 50 websites in every EU member state. This page currently contains more than 100 decisions and the goal is to reach more than 500 by the end of 2020. They believe that a good overview of GDPR national decisions is key to a pan-European debate on the interpretation of GDPR controversial issues. To stay up to date, a newsletter is also offered.
2. In the "Knowledge Area" they collect comments on GDPR articles, data protection agreement profiles and 32 GDPR jurisdictions (EU + EEA). In this database you will find everything from the telephone number of the Icelandic data protection authority to a comprehensive insight into every article of the GDPR.
noyb stands for "none of your business" and is the "European Center for Digital Rights" based in Vienna. It was founded in 2018 by Max Schrems, a lawyer and data protection officer who became known for suing Facebook.