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All this computer related stuff is really irrelevant. What is relevant is that he was supposed to fix a device of yours, and damaged it in the process. Usually you have the right to get your device back undamaged, and fixed, so it is most likely that the store is responsible for fixing your computer free of charge, this time properly. Anti-hacking laws ...


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It's not really a legal question, but a question of evidence. For an insurance claim, you usually have to show evidence of damage to the company. The damage is likely easy to show, but you'd also have to show evidence that you didn't do it yourself. "I didn't do it because that would be criminal" is often enough evidence. In your situation the insurance ...


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The GDPR is wide in scope, and flexible in application. Therefore it is not possible to give an absolute yes/no as to whether masking text with asterisks is or is not lawful. We can gain a deeper insight by looking at the GDPR itself. Firstly, the definition of processing (Art. 4 lit. 2): any operation or set of operations which is performed on personal ...


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