13 September, 2013
This week, the Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs (Mr. Kamp) and the Secretary of Security and Justice (Mr. Teeven) explained their view on e-privacy to the Members of the Parliament.
It is worth noting that performing a Privacy Impact Assessment will become a legal obligation throughout the European Union. The proposed European Data Protection Regulation prescribes mandatory Privacy Impact Assessments for both public and private organisations. We expect this Regulation to enter into force in 2016. Considerati monitors policy developments regarding privacy and data protection in both the Netherlands and Brussels closely. For more information on our policy advice, please take a look at our services in this field.
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