Amazon employees have demanded transparency over use of their personal data

14/03/2022 | noyb

Amazon warehouse employees from Germany, the UK, Italy, Poland and Slovakia, in conjunction with privacy group noyb and the worker's union UNI Globa have filed subject access requests under Article 15 GDPR. The aim is to "find out how Amazon treats workers' personal data under the EU's General Data Protection Regulation." Employees are in the dark about the use of their data amid concerns Amazon is spying on them. 

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