Data Protection Lobby-tomy 1: Influencing the Dutch government

The new European data protection regulation is the most lobbied piece of legislation in Europe thus far because the subject is very important and touches upon almost every aspect of our daily lives. That’s why we used the Dutch freedom of information act to ask the government to publicize all the lobby documents they received. They show what kind of organizations have tried to influence the Dutch government and what their positions are. In these blogs we provide some insight. What kind of organizations are lobbying? What are the most important themes that constantly surface? What kind of arguments are used?

Country: Netherlands

Domains: Privacy

Stakeholder: Civil Society

Tags: freedom of information act, government, data protection regulation, lobby, European Commission, Netherlands

Posted on Sunday 11 September 2016

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