Shortcomings in data protection: Commission takes action against Berlin

The EU Commission is taking action against Germany for shortcomings in data protection. The Brussels-based authority announced on Wednesday that it had decided to initiate so-called infringement proceedings. Specifically, the case involves the fact that Germany has not yet notified the EU Commission of measures to implement the EU directive on data protection in law enforcement with regard to the work of the federal police.

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