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INPLP article May 11, 2021

Fine of €475,000 for Booking.com reporting data breach 22 days to late. According to a press release of April 6 the Dutch Data Protection Authority (Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens) imposed a €475,000 fine on Booking.com because the company took too long to report a data breach to the DPA into compliance with Article 33 GDPR.

The British Data Protection Authority ICO considers operating systems that are no longer supported inadequate security.

If systems such as Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 are no longer supported by Microsoft, this may result in inadequate security, which could then be seen as an infringement of article 32 GDPR. Huge GDPR fines may be imposed because of this infringement.

Following the recent developments in connection with the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we hereby inform you of the measures that we have taken to ensure the continuity and quality of the services we provide to you.

Fine for Dutch tennis association for unlawfully selling personal data

The Dutch DPA imposed a fine of 525,000 euros for the unlawful sale of personal data by the Dutch national tennis association the KNLTB. In 2018, the KNLTB unlawfully provided personal data of a few hundred thousands of its members to two sponsors against payment.

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