Info Commissioner Says Most Privacy Complaints on Surveillance at Work
Ljubljana, 23 January - Information Commissioner Mojca Prelesnik said on Friday, ten years after Slovenia passed a private data protection act, that the most common privacy-related complaints were related to unauthorised video surveillance, email address disclosure and violations of net cookies.
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