#GDPR access rights: The request to obtain copies of emails (Art. 15 GDPR) must be specific. The German Federal Labour Court has ruled that the request by an employee to obtain "a copy of all emails that mention the employee's name" is not sufficiently precise. The court has dismissed the claim.
My Comment: This is another judgment that adds more contrast to the very broad right to access under Art. 15 GDPR. This time it is an employment court. Data protection authorities had so far promoted a somewhat broader interpretation. In an employment context, this interpretation by the labor court seems very reasonable - bearing in mind the amount of emails that are produced by an employee during employment.