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Europe Data Protection Digest | Draft law adapts Germany’s IT laws to digitalization Related reading: Global News Roundup: Feb. 23–March 1, 2021

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The German Federal Government passed a draft law adapting the country’s information technology laws to the “increasing digitalization of products and services, the proliferation of IoT products, and the appearance of new cybersecurity threats,” according to Covington & Burling's "Inside Privacy" blog. Parliament is anticipated to enact the draft law in the first quarter of 2021. Meanwhile, authorities in Lower Saxony are being criticized for their interpretation of data privacy laws, claiming it does not enable them to access official records to send COVID-19 vaccination appointment invitations to citizens over 80.
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