Romanian Prime Minister Viorica Dancila offered her opinion on claims the country’s government is using the EU General Data Protection Regulation to force the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project to reveal its sources, EUobserver reports. "If these rights are not observed, if there is (sic) transgressions on confidentiality and private life, these things need to be sanctioned according to European rules," Dancila said. The prime minister added while Romania’s constitution allows for freedom of expression, the GDPR must also be respected. The European Data Protection Board is expected to publish its opinion on the case in January.
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