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Europe Data Protection Digest | Norway DPA issues fines to consumer goods chain, Parliament Related reading: A view from DC: The Kochava Gambit

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  • Norway’s data protection authority, Datatilsynet, issued a 5 million Norwegian krone penalty to Trump, a company with a chain of consumer goods stores, for improper user verification methods. Members had been able to register with other users’ accounts and would then have access to others’ trading history.
  • Norway’s Datatilsynet fined the Storting 2 million Norwegian krone for a data breach in 2020. The fine was due to a “lack of security levels.” The Storting had appealed the decision, however, Datatilsynet still concluded Parliament's administration “did not implement appropriate technical and organizational measures to achieve a sufficient level of security.”
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