In response to my question about overviews of GDPR decisions across the EU, GDPR Hub was mentioned, a project by noyb. noyb is the initiave of Max Schrems, a leading voice in ensuring GDPR enforcement by bringing cases against e.g. BigTech. I decided to become a nyob supporting member, and applied to volunteer for processing Dutch DPA and court decisions to be added to the GDPR Hub. A business colleague does something similar for market related court cases across the EU, and I see what value such a pan-EU resource has. Having a good and thorough overview of GDPR related decisions helps citizens to better argue their own cases where companies breach the GDPR. This makes it a source of agency, enabled by working together to ensure we all have the same information.