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Dutch law implementing GDPR fails to give businesses any clarity, report says

By Cynthia Kroet
  • 07 Sep 2022 10:51
  • 07 Sep 2022 10:46
Dutch businesses are being let down by domestic legislation that implements the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, an evaluation report for the government suggests, as it adds little guidance to the Netherlands' interpretation of the bloc-wide privacy rules.

The GDPR gives room for more concrete national rules on certain points, but no specific interpretation of

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Cynthia Kroet

Senior Correspondent

Cynthia covers technology and telecom for MLex in Brussels. She previously reported on EU politics and transport policy, as well as Dutch and Belgian politics at newspaper European Voice and publication Politico in Brussels. Prior to that Cynthia worked as a TV and radio producer and multimedia journalist in the Netherlands and UK. Cynthia has degrees in European Studies and Journalism from The Hague University and Leiden University.

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