The Dutch Data Protection Authority urges closer oversight of high-risk algorithms and AI to minimize risks, while leveraging the benefits.
Fitbit, the Google-owned fitness tracking company, is facing complaints for alleged violation of the EU’s GDPR privacy rules, filed by privacy advocacy group Noyb in Austria, the Netherlands, and Italy.
The Court of Hague in The Netherlands has ruled that Facebook, operated by Meta, must reveal the identity of an anonymous user accused of defamation, marking a potential shift in user privacy and accountability on social media platforms.
The Dutch agency UWV has been found to have illegally tracked the online behaviors of benefits recipients, violating privacy and data protection laws.
As the number of security cameras installed across the Netherlands continues to surge, concerns about their impact on public privacy are intensifying.
The Dutch Data Protection Authority (AP) has expressed its concern regarding the manner in which open-source Artificial Intelligence (AI) company, OpenAI, is handling personal data.
The Dutch consumer rights groups are fighting Google to cease their collection and sale of users' data without their express consent.
The Amsterdam district court has ruled that Facebook violated Dutch law by unlawfully processing the personal data of users based in the Netherlands for almost a decade.
Tesla has taken steps to boost the privacy of its in-car security cameras, following an inquiry from the Dutch Data Protection Authority
The Dutch privacy watchdog has fined the Rotterdam police force €50,000 for using cars equipped with cameras to monitor social distancing rule.