But there are still many questions unanswered in the case, he told the "Saarbrücker Zeitung" (Wednesday edition). “For example, how he got hold of the data of those affected. There is still a lot of educational work to be done, ”said Wiese.
Regarding the law against hatred and agitation passed by the coalition, the SPD politician said that this would “advance Germany in the fight against hate and agitation on the Internet”. First of all, however, the regulations also have to take effect with regard to the online platforms. "Then we will see if there is a need to readjust," said Wiese.