Jul 082020
 July 8, 2020  Posted by  Laws, Non-U.S.

Joke Bodewits and Benjamino Blok of Hogan Lovells write:

The Dutch Data Protection Authority (DPA) issued a EUR 830,000 (approximately USD 937,000) fine against the Dutch Credit Registration Bureau (BKR) for violating data subject rights. The fine stems from BKR’s practice of charging fees and discouraging individuals who wanted to access their personal data.

Read more on Chronicle of Data Protection.

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