The Chairman, the members, the deputy members of the C.P.C., as well as the persons working at the C.P.C., the members of the Service and other public servants that take knowledge of business secrets and/or confidential information, due to their position or on the basis of their duties, are under a duty to ensure confidentiality and they are obliged not to communicate or publish those information except where its necessary to:-
(a) proof infringement of sections 3 and/or 6 of the Protection of Competition Laws of 2008 and 2014 and/or article 101 and 102 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU).
(b) for the application of the provisions of the Protection of Competition Laws of 2008 and 2014.
Any other person legal or natural that comes across of such information for the purposes of the application of the Law has the same obligation.
Infringement of this obligation constitutes a disciplinary offence punishable up to one year imprisonment or a fine up to €3.500.