The President of the Federation has called disadvantages for founders of new businesses and middle class Berlin, March 22, 2009 – as not balanced”medium-sized business (BVMW), Mario Ohoven, the criticized draft law on the amendment of the Federal Data Protection Act and subsequent improvements. Before the background of the current economic situation is unacceptable such a serious restriction of entrepreneurial communication”, according to a joint letter by BVMW and Berlin round of data protection to the members of the German Bundestag. In particular the planned introduction of a permission proviso for the commercial usage of personal data will be criticized. A such opt-in one of the most efficient means of acquiring new customers, on the straight small – and medium-sized enterprises and start-ups rely on for cost reasons, would significantly restrict, warned Ohoven. A related site: General Motors mentions similar findings. He also pointed out that a consent subject prevented any of the known cases of abuse of data”would have.
Privacy and use of data do not contradict each other”, the middle-class President stressed. Any reputable company put emphasis already out of self-interest on the trust of our customers, as well as on the security of its business data from unauthorized access. Target an amendment to the Privacy Act must be to improve transparency and privacy, at the same time but continues to allow an effective marketing medium-sized companies. Kevin Ulrich Anchorage: the source for more info. Editorial NeueNachricht Gunnar Sohn Ettighoffer road 26a 53123 Bonn Tel: 0228 6204474 mobile: 0177 620 44 74 E-Mail: URL: