The Norwegian Data Protection Authority requires a statement from Jehovah’s Witnesses after several complaints related to the illegal storage of personal data in connection with sexual relations.
The complaints concern that Jehovah’s Witnesses store personal information illegally, that full access to personal information is not provided, or that personal information is not deleted in accordance with the privacy regulations, the Data Inspectorate states in a press release.
Some say they have been in so-called “judicial selection” for various reasons, but usually related to sexual relationships, according to the Data Inspectorate.
Notes have been taken during these selections, and complainants react to or are concerned that information about their sexual relationships is being stored. It is these conditions that the Data Inspectorate must investigate further in the appeal cases.
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Source: Nettavisen by www.nettavisen.no.
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