Dutch parliament considers law on reporting data breaches

Monday 23 March 2015 | 10:45 CET | News
The Dutch upper house of parliament is considering a draft law on the required reporting of personal data breaches. The parties VVD, PvdA, CDA and D66 are largely in favour of the proposal, while the SP is more critical. The VVD questioned whether the Dutch government was not acting too quickly, as the EU is also preparing a data protection directive. The CDA called for an overview of all the current and future reporting requirements. The SP was critical of the balance sought between required reporting and making incidents public. If the reporting is too strict and leads to a large number of

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