Dutch Senate wants to discuss the data breach notification bill before the appointment of the new Senate

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26 March, 2015

The Dutch Senate commission on Security and Justice published their provisional report on the data breach notification bill on the 17th of March 2015. During their meeting on the 24th of March, the commission made a request to the government to rapidly answer their questions, as to ensure that the bill can be discussed before the appointment of the new Senate.

If you want to know what consequences this bill may have on your organization, you can contact our privacy experts via info@considerati.com

Iris Koetsenruijter

Senior Legal Consultant

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