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Daily Dashboard | Dutch DPA calls for law to regulate use of COVID-19 app Related reading: Digital Services Act expected to reshape EU digital economy

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The Dutch data protection authority, Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens, says COVID-19 app CoronaMelder insufficiently guarantees user privacy, and a law should be introduced to properly regulate its use. The AP, which raised concerns about the app's software following the Google Apple Exposure Notification framework, advised the government not to use the app until concerns are addressed. It says a law should authorize the Minister of Health, Welfare and Sport to process data and should also contain privacy safeguards.
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