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The Dutch Data Protection Authority (Dutch DPA) clarifies the concept “large scale” for the Data Protection Officer (DPO)

Government agencies and public organisations have the obligation to appoint a DPA, regardless the type of data they process. Organisations whose core activities include following individuals or mapping them out “on a large scale” also have to do so. Furthermore, organisations have to appoint a DPA when they process, as their core activity, special personal

Uber fined after ‘serious breach’ allowing hackers to download worldwide 54 million customer data.

Uber fined after ‘serious breach’ allowing hackers to download worldwide 54 million customer data. Full names, email addresses and phone numbers were obtained during the October and November 2016 cyberattacks but Uber did not inform customers or drivers for more than a year. Instead, it paid the attackers $100,000 (£78,000/€88,00) to destroy the information that

EuroCloud on the Cloud Privacy Check

Please read the latest publication of  EuroCloud regarding the CPC (Cloud Privacy Check), with a contribution by Irvette Tempelman, see: ‘de 20 meest relevante Vragen & Antwoorden‘

GDPR… get started!

On 25 May 2018 your organization must be ‘GDPR-proof’, in other words: you must comply with even more requirements in the area of privacy than currently apply. Each undertaking that collects or otherwise processes personal data will need to comply with the European General Data Protection Regulation.

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