Data protection officers in Slovenia overworked, survey shows
Ljubljana, 28 January - A survey conducted among data protection officers (DPO) in Slovenia shows that most of them are overworked and have a lot of other work on their plate, and that, on average, they can dedicate only 13% of their time to data protection.
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