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Decision of the Federal Court of Justice: opt-out consent to postal advertising

On November 11, 2009, the German Federal Court of Justice handed down a judgment on the privacy aspects of the ”HappyDigits” bonus programme. The court held that an opt-out consent by participants relating to postal advertising that was included in the registration form for the programme is compliant with applicable German data protection law provisions.

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