The Italian Data Protection Authority (Garante) has issued three orders of injunction against two IT companies—specialized in the data bank sector—and a telecom operator obliging them to pay fines equal to 800,000 euros for violating prescriptive measures already adopted toward them in 2008. “The two companies specialized in the data bank creation had created and sold data banks containing tens of millions of people’s personal data, without having both informed data subjects and acquired their consent,” explains Rocco Panetta in this exclusive for The Privacy Advisor. The companies will have to pay fines of 100,000 euros and 400,000 euros, respectively, and the telecom will pay a fine of 300,000 euros. Further orders of injunction are expected against other companies.
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