Gambling investigation violated data secrecy rules

The national gaming and lottery authority is being accused of violating data protection regulations after it last year turned over the names of two people involved in illegal betting.

The two were allegedly involved in a case of match fixing and had their names passed on to DBU, Danish football’s governing body, even though both organisations knew it was not permitted because they had placed their bets online.


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