Telenor erroneously collects personal data of more than 120,000 people in Sweden Jul 052018 July 5, 2018 Posted by Dissent Breaches, Featured News, Non-U.S. The Local reports: Norwegian telecoms company Telenor has been reported to Sweden’s Data Protection Authority (Datainspektionen) after it erroneously collected the personal data of at least 120,000 customers without permission. Telenor subcontractor Identitrade AB had access to the information held by Skatteverket when customers logged into their Skatteverket account via Telenor’s site using an “e-legitimation” digital ID. Info the company had access to included where users live and how much they earn. Read more on The Local (SE). Related Posts:Norway court rejects industry bid to block The Pirate BaySweden: Paedophile site probed for privacy violationsStudy finds Pakistan’s telecom firms’ privacy,…Pirate Bay legal action dropped in NorwaySe: Bank cited for noting client’s bank heist past Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.