Facebook’s EU data collection commissioner, Christoph Herder, has said he has no intention of taking legal action against the social media company over its privacy policies.
Facebook had previously said it would begin a new “privacy plan” after the court ruling.
“As part of this process, Facebook will introduce a new ‘Privacy Plan’, which will cover the changes Facebook has made since the court judgment in October 2016, and will be reviewed by Facebook’s legal team,” a statement read.
“In the coming months, we will be reviewing all our privacy practices, including how we handle data about our users, and what we consider appropriate for Facebook to do with that data.”
But Herder said on Wednesday that he had no intention to take legal action.
“I am confident that we will comply with the Court’s judgement and will not seek to block the EU from enforcing its decisions,” he said.
“We believe that the new privacy plan is a great step forward and we have been making good progress on it, which we believe will benefit all users and the EU in the coming years.”