German Privacy Watchdog Fines H&M $41M For Spying On Workers
Techlife News|October 03, 2020
German Privacy Watchdog Fines H&M $41M For Spying On Workers
A German privacy watchdog said Thursday that it is fining clothing retailer H&M 35.3 million euros ($41 million) after the company was found to have spied on some of its employees in Germany.

Hamburg’s data protection commissioner said in a statement that the Swedish company collected private information about employees at a customer service center in Nuremberg, “ranging from rather harmless details to family issues and religious beliefs.”

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October 03, 2020