CNIL highlights children's data and Olympics as its 2024 priorities

08/02/2024 | French DPA

The French data protection authority, the CNIL, has confirmed that its main focus in 2024 will be children's data and the Paris Olympic and Paralympic Games. With millions of spectators and thousands of athletes expected to attend the event in France, the CNIL will be verifying the strict use of important security measures such as QR codes, access authorisations and augmented cameras. In addition, the CNIL will be interested in the commercial aspect of the games, particularly in the collection of data carried out during ticketing services.

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