A case was filed against a Greek man, who photographed and posted on social media women and underage girls, without their consent. The charge against him is the violation of the legislation for the protection of the individual from the processing of personal data.
According to a press release of the Hellenic Police, was formed by the Cybercrime Prosecution Sub-Directorate of Northern Greece, a regular procedure case file against a Greek citizen, for violation of the legislation for the protection of the individual from the processing of personal data.
The investigation of the case started after a complaint about an internet user, who, under the pretext that he is an amateur photographer, systematically posted on his social media account, photos of women and minor girls, which were taken without the consent of the people who were depicted in them.
The above were brought to the attention of the Prosecutor's Office of Thessaloniki, which ordered the conduct of a Preliminary Examination.
In this context, the Cybercrime Prosecution Sub-Directorate of Northern Greece carried out a digital analysis of the data and digital data and after correspondence with the competent social media provider, as well as the involved internet and telephony service companies, the data of the day emerged. and his place of residence.
The case file was submitted to the competent Prosecutor's Office, while the account in question on the social networking application was deactivated.
It seems that today was rich in arrests related to the internet, as in addition to the present incident, today he was arrested and another native for phishing and stealing money.
It is recalled that citizens can communicate, anonymously or branded, with the Electronic Crime Prosecutor's Office in order to provide information or to report illegal or pathetic acts or activities carried out over the Internet, to the following contact details:
By phone at 11188
Sending e-mail to: [email protected]
Via the application for smart phones (smartphones): FEELSAFE, E-COMMERCE
Via Twitter "SOS Cyber Alert Line": https://twitter.com/CyberAlertGR .
Through the web portal of the Greek Police: https://portal.astynomia.gr