The Czech Personal Data Protection Office imposed a fine on T-Mobile Czech Republic in an amount of CZK 3,5 million (approx. EUR 130,000) for not adopting sufficient measures to protect personal data of its clients contained in an electronic internal database. As a result, the data has been stolen by an employee. When imposing a fine, the Office took into account that T-Mobile subsequently undertook rules protecting the clients' personal data.
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TMT September 2016: T-Mobile Fined for Not Protecting Clients' Data
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