Dutch watchdog imposes fine of EUR 525,000 on Locatefamily.com

Wednesday 12 May 2021 | 11:14 CET | News
The Dutch Data Protection Authority (AP) has imposed a fine of EUR 525,000 on Locatefamily.com for publishing address details and telephone numbers of people, often without them people knowing it. The data is also not easy to delete, because Locatefamily does not have a representative in the EU. This is in violation of the GDPR and that is why the fine was handed out.

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