The Finnish Data Protection Guardian confirmed that it is investigating Nokia's HMD Global phones, which are found to send unencrypted data to a Chinese server. Details appeared for the first time after a user, Henrik Austad, announced that the Norwegian operator NRK investigated the violation, Reuters reports . The server-side server is linked to the vnet.cn domain that is linked to China Telecom, a state-owned telecommunications company. The data was sent in unencrypted format from Nokia 7 Plus, a phone launched for the first time in March last year.
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Although the bug was returned back in February, the Finnish Ombudsman will investigate whether personal information has been sent, and whether there is any legal basis for that.