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The Works Council Privacy Booklet – new guidance published by Dutch DPA

The Dutch Supervisory Authority (Autoriteit Persoongsgevens or "AP") has published a privacy booklet that primarily aims to support Works Council in its role with regard to...

Hogan Lovells Publications

European Investigations Guide 2020

Multinationals face a variety of questions when confronted with an internal investigation. Especially in Europe, cross-border investigations can be challenging to navigate as every...

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Court strikes down Dutch regulator’s strict legitimate interest interpretation

On November 23, a Dutch lower administrative court annulled a EUR 575,000 fine imposed by the Dutch supervisory authority (Dutch SA) against VoetbalTV for relying on its legitimate interest ...

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Dutch DPA issues record fine for violating GDPR data subject rights

The Dutch Data Protection Authority (DPA) issued a EUR 830,000 (approximately USD 937,000) fine against the Dutch Credit Registration Bureau (BKR) for violating data subject...

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Dutch DPA imposed a controversial fine on the Royal Dutch Tennis Association

The Dutch Data Protection Authority (Dutch DPA) recently imposed a fine of EUR 525,000 on the Royal Dutch Tennis Association (KNLTB) for sharing the personal data of its members with two of ...

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Recent developments on cookies – a pan European overview

The legal requirements for the use of cookies have been subject to discussion over the last few years, with little to no enforcement and guidance from European data protection authorities...

Hogan Lovells Publications

A Turning Point for Tech – Global survey on digital regulation

Technological developments and tech-based business models have become a focus for global regulation across borders and industries in recent years.

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Dutch DPA: Banks may not use payment data for marketing purposes

In the wake of a recent announcement by a major Dutch bank that it would start providing its customers with personalized advertisements based on their spending patterns, the Dutch Data...

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Will widened class actions regime boost data litigation in the Netherlands?
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The Netherlands has approved legislation introducing collective damages actions, which together with mechanisms already available under Dutch law put the country at the forefront of...

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