Dutch minister discusses proposed GDPR Act amendments, GDPR review

Dutch Minister for Legal Protection Sander Dekker wrote a letter to the House of Representatives of the Netherlands to address the Dutch review of the EU General Data Protection Regulation and potential changes to the country’s GDPR Implementation Act. Dekker’s evaluation of the GDPR includes calls for the law to consider stricter rules on big tech companies, a unified data breach notification system, an age limit on the use of children’s data, and a simplified data registry for small- and medium-sized businesses. (Original article is in Dutch.)
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