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Ikea goes on trial in France accused of spying on staff

Ikea goes on trial in France accused of spying on staff

Ikea’s French subsidiary has gone on trial accused of running an elaborate system to spy on staff and job applicants. The trial comes after two investigative publications uncovered the surveillance scheme in 2012. Since the revelations, the company has sacked four executives. Ikea France faces a fine of up to €3.75M. 15 people are on trial including the former CEO Vanoverbeke and his predecessor.

Kathy
Kathy
Jackson
Jackson 4 weeks

I'm sorry but whenever I see Ikea in the news I automatically assume they discovered the location of the infinite Ikea somewhere in the wilderness of Sweden

Slevin Kelevra
Slevin Kelevra 4 weeks

They will probably defend it as 'Quality Control' but anyone who has ever bought their cr@p knows there is no such thing there.

Emperor Tito
Emperor Tito 4 weeks

Dismantle the Swedish colonial empire

Change Matters
Change Matters 4 weeks

How much government spying did it take to put this case together?

Freeborn Man
Freeborn Man 4 weeks

Its no surprise, its a swedish company and the swedish like to censor people.

Cas The Demon
Cas The Demon 4 weeks

Uhm....a company has a right to govern their stores. I don't understand the issue.

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