the Supreme administrative court has confirmed the data protection board of the decision, according to which Jehovah's witnesses are prohibited from collecting a list of names and notes door-to-door preaching work in context.
the supreme administrative COURT:according to the lists of names and notes elaboration is always required by the relevant consent.
the evening paper reported earlier this year that the Jehovah's witness door-to-door circulating the preachers have recorded the memory addresses, names and operating data in addition to phone numbers, mother tongue, sexual orientations, religions and health information.
the Jehovah's witnesses, communications commentary on the issue briefly via e-mail.
– Jehovah's witnesses always seek to comply with the law, communication is reported.Change the policy?
Jehovah's witnesses does not, however, take a direct position on whether to amend the door-to-door preaching practices data protection board's decision.
– the issue has many dimensions. We can't say we change the practices, information will be told over the phone.
– we will study the decision still now.
the Supreme administrative court according to the Jehovah's witnesses is, at least in theory the possibility to arrange the preaching activities so that data collection will always be asked for prior consent.
the data protection board has obliged the colony to the personal data act under the six-month period to ensure that personal information is not collected for municipal purposes.