Dutch DPA presents its annual report 2014: extra attention paid to profiling

Jacob Kohnstamm, the Chairman of the Dutch Data Protection Authority (Dutch DPA), presented the annual report 2014 to the Standing Committee on Security and Justice of the House of Representatives. The main themes of this report are data profiling, decentralisation (the delegation of tasks from the central government and the provinces to the municipalities) and the processing of personal data in the area of employment.

Country: Netherlands

Domains: Privacy

Tags: profiling, Dutch Data Protection Authority, annual report, data protection, privacy, Netherlands

Posted on Tuesday 28 April 2015

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