유로폴, 범죄와 명확하지 않은 '페타바이트 데이터' 삭제 명령

Europol ordered to delete huge store of personal data gleaned from police agencies. Data includes data on at least a quarter of a million current or former terror and serious crime suspects. The total volume of data stored in Europol’s systems amounts to around 4 petabytes. The data has been drawn from criminal investigations conducted by national police authorities in EU countries.

Europol ordered to delete petabytes of data not clearly linked to crime

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