H&M hit with €35.3m GDPR fine for snooping on employees

H&M store Credit: iStock/AngiePhotos

Swedish multinational clothes retailer H&M has been fined €35.3m under the GDPR by Hamburg’s data protection commissioner for snooping and storing information on employees at one if its subsidiaries. Hamburg’s commissioner for data protection and freedom of information said the case centred around the monitoring of several hundred employees at H&M’s service centre in Nuremberg. It explained that members of…

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