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Daily Dashboard | Norwegian DPA fines municipality NOK 3M Related reading: EU DPAs assess paths to AI regulation

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The Norwegian data protection authority, Datatilsynet, issued a NOK 3 million fine to the municipality of Bergen for not sufficiently securing children’s personal information in a school communication system. In its system for communication between school and home, the municipality “has not established and communicated necessary guidelines for children who have a clear and protective interest in the fact that information about them is processed with the greatest degree of confidentiality,” Datatilsynet Director Bjørn Erik Thon said. (Original post is in Norweigan.) 
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