Norway’s Data Protection Authority has accused Ryanair of illegally setting up surveillance cameras to watch its employees in the airline’s staff lounge of the Rygge Airport where they also store money from onboard sales. Under Norwegian law, firms cannot film more than is strictly necessary for security. Following an raid on the premises, the authority has reported that the airline has not applied for permission to record employees and also videoed more than was necessary to prevent theft and kept the images longer than necessary. Ryanair claims the cameras were installed to prevent theft of the cash from inflight sales.
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