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Norwegian agency may delete web postings to protect minors

Tuesday 17 May 2016 | 12:14 CET | News
The Norwegian Data Protection Authority has the authority to delete information posted irresponsibly on the internet, if there are concerns about safeguarding children. So said lawyer Torkel Johnsen on the Ranablad.no website. He said this applies for serious violations, and will rarely happen.

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