Court suspends part of Slovakia's phone-tracking law to fight virus spread

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Court suspends part of Slovakia's phone-tracking law to fight virus spread

"Part of the suspended law was not sufficiently clear and allowed personal data processing."

Slovakia's Constitutional Court on Wednesday suspended parts of a new law allowing state authorities to access data collected by telecommunications operators as part of plans to track contacts of people infected with the coronavirus. Parliament approved the legislation in March, but while the ...

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