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Stibbe lawyers speak at the “Privacy Congress & National Lawyer Days” organized by the Dutch Police

Stibbe lawyers speak at the “Privacy Congress & National Lawyer Days” organized by the Dutch Police

Stibbe lawyers speak at the “Privacy Congress & National Lawyer Days” organized by the Dutch Police

06.04.2017 NL law

On 5 and 6 April, Christien Saris, Frédéric François and Marleen Velthuis spoke at the “Privacy Congress & National Lawyer Days” organized by the Dutch Police.

On 5 April 2017, Christien Saris gave a presentation about enforcement by the Dutch Data Protection Authority and Frédéric François spoke about processing agreements.

On 6 April 2017, Marleen Velthuis spoke about enforcement by the supervisor(s).

 

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