Czech Ministry Planning Database of Hotel Guests

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The Czech Ministry for Regional Development is planning a nationwide database of hotel and motel guests in Czech Republic, which would be accessible to employees of several public institutions, from the tax authorities to the ministry itself, reported the Czech Radio.

The database is to go into operation next year. The Data Protection Authority (UOOU) has not filed any complaint against the plan with regard to storage of sensitive data.

According to the ministry's plan, the database would be accessible to the tax authorities, the Czech Statistics Office (CZSO), the Financial Analysis Office, the trade licensing office in the municipality, the municipality itself and the ministry. In the case of foreigners, the foreigners' police would also receive relevant information.

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