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Max Schrems, the plaintiff in the case in which the EU Court of Justice ruled that the European Union/United States Privacy shield was inadequate under the GDPR for data transfers, has started an organization, NYOB (None Of Your Business) which files GDPR related complaints. NOYB has created a site, GDPRHub to organize information related to the GDPR.
The site posts decisions (and summaries of those decisions) by European data protection authorities and the courts of various countries in the EU.
The site also provides outlines for the data protection laws in each European Union member country.
GDPRHub is still a work progress, but it's a good way to get a quick handle on GDPR related caselaw.
NOYB filed a complaint with France's Commission nationale de l'informatique et des libertés (CNIL) which led the commission to issue a 50 million euro fine on Google for failing to gain users' consent to process data.