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Dutch consumers union introduces 'privacy meter' to assess website compliance

Tuesday 28 January 2020 | 10:52 CET | News
The Dutch consumers union has introduced a tool to help web providers assess how well they adhere to privacy regulations. The 'Privacymeter' was announced to mark European Data Privacy Day. 

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Consumentenbond
Countries: Netherlands
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