As the ongoing saga around the ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ) fines data breach unfolds, the London Assembly has urged London Mayor Sadiq Khan to apologise to EU citizens who were allegedly wrongly fined while driving in London. The Assembly has called for a full investigation into the issue and for the cancellation of all fines. Meanwhile, a Transport for London (TfL) spokesperson said that its agent, Euro Parking Collections (EPC), is contractually required to ensure that data is processed according to relevant data protection legislation and that EPC, working on their behalf, has been able to access keeper data for drivers in EU countries, despite an absence of country to country data sharing agreements.
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