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.
The annual report from the Danish Intelligence Oversight Board (TET) was published on 7 July 2017. Under Danish law, TET is tasked with overseeing the data collection and data processing practices of the Danish Security and Intelligence Service (PET) and the Danish Defence and Intelligence Service (DDIS). Both intelligence services operate mostly outside European Union (EU) law because of the national security exemption in the EU Treaties.