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Daily Dashboard | Danish DPA fines bank DKK 10M for GDPR violations and other enforcement actions Related reading: Legal analysis of Iowa's new privacy law



  • The Danish data protection agency, Datatilsynet, fined Danske Bank DKK 10 million kroner for not documenting personal data storage and deletion in accordance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation. 
  • The Belgian Data Protection Authority fined Brussels Airport Zaventem and Brussels South Charleroi airport 200,000 and 100,000 euros, respectively, for conducting COVID-19 passenger temperature checks without “a valid legal basis to process these traveler health data.”
  • The Irish Data Protection Commission imposed a 463,000 euro fine against Bank of Ireland Group for disclosing customer personal data to the Central Credit Register without authorization. 
  • The Netherlands’ data protection authority, Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens, fined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs 565,000 euros for insufficient data protections within the National Visa Information System. The ministry could face additional fines of 50,000 euros every two weeks if violations are not corrected.

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