Question to Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin :

According to professor Karen Yeung, an algorithm-based decision is acceptable as long as it can effectively be contested in court. In a context of a more heavy algorithmic regulation on online plateforms, decisions such as the one taken by la Cour d’appel de Paris on the 12th of october show the relevance of national juridictions to deal with such cases. Yet, specialised institutions such as yours seem to be overcrowded with demand, as pointed out in the LFI 2017.

So, are the french and european juridictions able to offer an effective recourse right against online algorithm based decision?