Speaking slot

Christien Saris speaks about enforcement by the Dutch Data Protection Authority

Christien Saris speaks about enforcement by the Dutch Data Protection Authority

Christien Saris speaks about enforcement by the Dutch Data Protection Authority

05.04.2018 NL law

Christien Saris is one of the key note speakers about enforcement by the Dutch Data Protection Authority at the invitation of Stichting Zeeuwse Meesters in Middelburg. Other speakers include Mr Peter Hustinx and Mr Theo Hooghiemstra.

Practical information
Date: 5 April 2018 (14.00 – 18:15 hours)
Location: Middelburg
For more information or to register, please go to: http://www.stichtingzeeuwsemeesters.nl/agenda.php

The event will be held in Dutch. 

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