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H&M has been fined $41 million for violating its workers’ privacy. The company’s service centre in Germany recorded private information about ‘several hundred employees,’ an investigation found.

H&M has been fined 35 million euros ($US41.1 million) by a German watchdog after monitoring “several hundred employees” at its service centre in Nuremberg, Germany. This is the second-largest fine levied against a single company over data breaches after the EU introduced new General Data Protection Regulation laws in 2018. […]
H&M has been fined $41 million for violating its workers’ privacy. The company’s service centre in Germany recorded private information about ‘several hundred employees,’ an investigation found.