The new Data Protection Authority may inherit a high-profile litigation with Facebook, a case on which we already reported last year. Hearings took place on 12 October 2017 (NL/FR) and judgement is now awaited. This case may still be influenced by an opinion of EU Advocate-General Bot of 24 October 2017 (in Case C-201/16 Schlesswig Holstein), where he acknowledged the right for national authorities to act against Facebook outside of Ireland and under their national law instead of Irish law. This may seem a battle of the past under the GDPR, but this issue will still be relevant for Member State as a result of the national implementations acts of the GDPR.