Privacy Advisor

Federal Ministry of the Interior: Guidelines for new employee privacy law

06.01.2010
As announced by the German Federal Government in its privacy work program that formed part of its coalition agreement (see the Global Privacy Dispatch in the January issue of the Privacy Advisor), the German Federal Ministry of the Interior (Bundesinnenministerium - BMI) published on March 31 first guidelines for a new section on employee privacy rules to be introduced into the German Federal Data Protection Act (FDPA).

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