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Daily Dashboard | German court rules foreign internet users have right to privacy Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Europe Managing Director, 5 June 2020

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The New York Times reports Germany's Federal Constitutional Court, Bundesverfassungsgericht, ruled law enforcement is prohibited from conducting random searches of online data belonging to foreign individuals. In their decision, the judges indicated a 2016 law regulating Germany's foreign intelligence practices was unconstitutional based on a violation of privacy. Additionally, the judges will allow surveillance practices to continue but ordered the law to be rewritten to require a valid reason for monitoring an individual.
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