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Europe Data Protection Digest | Complaint filed over names of Italian women found in cemetery Related reading: EDPS seeks explanation for further EU-Japan cross-border data flow negotiations




A complaint has been sent to Italian prosecutors on behalf of more than 100 women who had their names written on crosses found within a cemetery in Rome, the Guardian reports. In the Prima Porta cemetery, the names of the women adjourned crosses representing their unborn children. The Differenza Donna activist group filed the complaint with prosecutors, claiming the women's human rights and privacy had been violated.
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