(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
The proposal for the introduction of DGF can be expected to be of particular concern to occupational groups that depend on confidentiality. This applies to both the source protection for journalists and the protection of communication with doctors and lawyers. The Norwegian Press Association believes that the source protection is not sufficiently taken care of in the proposal for DGF. "Collection and storage of data as the committee proposes will be to the significant detriment of source protection," says Acting Secretary General Nils E. Øy to Ny Tid. "Such monitoring and storage will have a significant dampening effect on persons and environments who may have thoughts of promoting criticism or alerting to illegal or reprehensible matters."
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