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Denmark's Immigration Service faces fine for failing to protect criminal evidence data

By Cynthia Kroet
  • 17 Aug 2021 12:00
  • 17 Aug 2021 12:00
Denmark’s Immigration Service must pay a fine of 150,000 kroner ($23,700) for infringing the EU’s privacy rules, the Danish data protection authority said today.

The government office didn't sufficiently protect information used in criminal cases, audits showed (see here).

The fine comes after the watchdog started an own-initiative investigation in August last year into

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