H&M | Firm fined MILLIONS over staff surveillance

Firm fined MILLIONS over staff surveillance

The multinational clothing retailer H&M has been fined £32.1million (€35.3million) for the illegal surveillance of some of its employees in Germany – BBC reported.

According to the publication, the German data protection watchdog found that the firm kept “excessive” records on the families, religions and illnesses of staff members at its Nuremberg service centre.

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