Europol ordered to delete data concerning individuals with no criminal link

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Europol ordered to delete data concerning individuals with no criminal link
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Europol ordered to delete data concerning individuals with no criminal link

EU police agency accused of hoovering up data indiscriminately to create tools and algorithms

The European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS), a watchdog that oversees EU institutions' adherence to privacy and data protection legislation, has directed Europol to delete personal data of indiv...

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