Extremist groups are using messenger service Telegram to openly plan and announce crimes. With the Telegram operators being unreactive, German authorities are now taking things in their own hands. But what measures can they take? Can GDPR be disregarded in certain situations, and if yes, who decides if a situation is serious enough to overthrow privacy principles? Let’s take a closer look.
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As a results-focussed analyst, Ren has worked in many industries including finance, charity and start-ups and became interested in data protection as a focus over the last decade. Using her analyst skills alongside her data protection expertise, she has consulted with charity, media and energy companies to understand their data protection requirements and has provided guidance and support for implementation of multiple privacy programmes. Today, she provides multi-functional support and awareness within DataGuard and to clients to promote privacy beyond compliance.Explore more articles
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