Dutch Data Protection Authority Chairman Jacob Kohnstamm told the audience of the National Data Protection and Privacy Conference in Rotterdam on December 4 that his office will get the power to fine organizations in both the public- and the private-sector for violations of the Dutch Personal Data Protection Act. In this exclusive for The Privacy Advisor, Jeroen Terstegge, CIPP/US, examines what to expect as the Council of State advises on the new fining powers likely to come into force only on January 1, 2015.
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