22 November 2013
In the coming year, the EU wants to issue a regulation to implement uniform data protection standards across Europe. Now an expert constitutional law opinion, commissioned by the German Debt Collection Association BDIU, warns that the known proposals violate Germany's Basic Law as well as central European constitutional rights. They endanger, among other things, the work of credit agencies and collection agencies. The consequences would not only be borne by these two industries but by the entire European economy.
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