Though not a final decision, the Norwegian Data Protection Authority issued a warning to the municipality of Bergen that it may be facing a fine of 1.6 million NOK for violating the EU General Data Protection Regulation, DN.no reports. A primary school in Bergen left the usernames and passwords for 35,000 students and employees exposed to other users. The data is reported to include addresses and Social Security numbers. Bergen will have until 22 Jan. to respond to the Data Inspectorate before final action is taken.
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