Sotiropoulos notes that these expatriates are seeking compensation for moral damages caused by the illegal processing of their personal data. This claim comes amidst criticism of the Ministry of the Interior, which has yet to issue self-protection guidelines for the victims, a full month after the scandal’s exposure. The financial implications for the public are significant, with the combined claims amounting to approximately 2.8 million euros.


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