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Column "Privacy bestaat niet"

Column "Privacy bestaat niet"

Column "Privacy bestaat niet"

29.10.2015 NL law

Een veelgehoorde kreet: privacy bestaat niet! Maar als je het op de man af vraagt, is niemand bereid om deze ‘niet’ bestaande privacy op te geven. Blijkbaar is privacybescherming toch geen achterhaald concept. Dat vindt ook de overheid, want vanaf 1 januari 2016 krijgt de privacytoezichthouder de bevoegdheid om aan bedrijven hoge boetes op te leggen als zij de privacywetgeving overtreden. Lees meer hierover in de column  "Privacy bestaat niet…” van Friederike van der Jagt.

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