9 September, 2013
If your organization processes personal data in the Netherlands, you have to comply with the Dutch Data Protection Act. If you want to process data in the right way, there are a lot of rules that have to be taken into account. If you don’t comply with the rules, you risk fines, cease and desist orders or – even worse – reputational damage.
However, it can be difficult to know what rights and obligations apply to the data you process. Therefore, Considerati sums up the most important obligations from the Dutch Data Protection Act in this fact sheet.
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