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No new regulation needed to protect consumer data - Dutch minister

Thursday 7 September 2017 | 14:42 CET | News
There is no need to implement additional regulation to better protect Dutch citizens against new methods for obtaining personal information from them, for example, by "paying" for such data in exchange for certain online services. Dutch Minister Henk Kamp of Economic Affairs made the statement in a letter to Parliament.

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