CNIL publishes personal data usage FAQs during 2024 Olympics

25/06/2024 | French DPA

French data protection authority, the CNIL, has published a Q&A document concerning the devices and special systems processing personal data during the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Paris. The document explains the reasons behind the processing, which include organising law enforcement and surveillance activities to provide security throughout the games and managing the accreditations and results of athletes and their supporting personnel.  

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