Offbeat VfB data affair: information is still missing
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Originally, the deadline for the information procedure initiated by the state data protection officer in Baden-Württemberg against VfB Stuttgart expired this Monday. But documents are apparently still missing. The competent authority also hopes for information from the parallel Esecon investigation.
At least Stefan Brink, the state data protection officer, told kicker: "We are in contact with Esecon, they also want to provide us with results from there." The Berlin company Esecon had been mandated by VfB after kicker had discovered the transfer of member data at the end of September. Immediately after the reporting, the state data protection officer Brink initiated a so-called information procedure against the Bundesliga club. The club filed documents that Monday. But apparently there is a need for further clarification. At least Brink requested further documents and information with a deadline of the second week of November. This is supposed to be related to the fact that, on the one hand, information from the outsourced professional football club is required and, on the other hand, information from the registered club.
Whistles for Hertha: Clear words instead of dreaming about the European Cup
The 4,000 fans who were allowed into the Olympic Stadium whistled at halftime, they whistled even more after the final whistle. © Andreas Gora / dpa Disappointed: Hertha's professionals suffered the third defeat in a row. coach Bruno Labbadia and his team didn't even try to gloss over Hertha BSC's 2-0 (0-1) against newly promoted VfB Stuttgart, the third defeat in the Bundesliga in a row. "The game hurts," said veteran Vladimir Darida. "We imagined it completely different," stated Labbadia.
Esecon did not want to comment on the question of whether the company will also make its results available to the data protection officer, with reference to the confidentiality of the mandate towards the kicker. Brink welcomes the processing order to the widely ramified company, which is led by the former office manager of the ex-Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle (FDP), who died in 2016, Kai Feigenbutz. Investigations running in parallel are not customary, said Brink, but: "This is a good basis for VfB Stuttgart not only to deal with the issue, but also to make improvements."
In addition to the job at VfB, Esecon currently holds another, headline-grabbing mandate in German football: The company examines the DFB in a general inventory, the ideal of which ultimately sheds light on the World Cup affair and the ominous million-dollar pushes in 2002 and 2005 should come. In addition, she investigated the theft of seconds in perimeter advertising for the association, which initially led to the premature termination of a marketing contract with Infront and later resulted in a settlement, not without public noise and piercing.
Thiaw is recommended twice. .
Malick Thiaw has not only played himself in the foreground because of his goal against VfB Stuttgart. His defensive performance was also appealing. The central defender of FC Schalke 04 has the best chance of playing in the cup against Schweinfurt on Tuesday. © imago images Convinced twice: Schalke's teenager Malick Thiaw. The cup game against 1. FC Schweinfurt 05 on Tuesday will be clear for Schalke? Normally yes.