VOX Ceuta received this past Friday the notification of the dismissal order on the complaint that it presented in July against Paloma Fernández Coleto, editor of the digital 'El Foro de Ceuta', and the former members of the party, Juan Manuel Aguiar Moreno and David Fernández Yuste, as Alleged audio filters and messages from private WhatsApp groups. After being notified of the judge's decision, VOX has presented this Friday an appeal before the Provincial Court of Cádiz in Ceuta against the provisional file of the case determined by the Examining Court number 5 of the city.
The president of VOX Ceuta, Juan Sergio Redondo, as the main complainant, has placed this matter in the hands of an external law firm, in order to carefully prepare this appeal before the Provincial Court, from which he hopes to process this matter and, in this case, do proceed to carry out the corresponding investigations. Investigations that, regretted Redondo, in the first instance "have not bothered to carry out" and therefore for him it is "something really worrying given the amount of subjective assessments made against the complainant himself in the car."
In addition, VOX announces that several complaints have been processed against some local and national digital companies for the publication of different audios throughout this last week. Fact that consolidates and reinforces the evidence that justifies that Juan Sergio Redondo is being the object of deliberate harassment by some media in the city. Media that have even offered to "redirect" the situation with the party.
These complaints are filed with the Spanish Data Protection Agency for a possible violation of European and national regulations regarding the protection of personal data, which in the event of being addressed would entail administrative fines of up to 20 million euros in according to the provisions of article 83.5 of the RGPD. And, according to some experts as a result of the case of the Nursing student who broadcast audios of her roommates, the regulations protect any information related to individuals, such as voice, that is disseminated without consent and allows people to be identified .