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 April 3, 2018  Posted by  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Denmark’s police security service PET transferred an unknown amount of data to a secret database despite a law requiring its deletion, according to a report.

According to Danish law, sensitive personal information must be deleted no more than 15 years after it has been recorded by PET.

But PET employees can see information in the secret database if they are given permission by bosses, Politiken reports.

Read more on The Local (DK).

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