The burden of proof following the Facebook ruling On March 15, 2023, the District Court of Amsterdam issued a ruling in a class action against Facebook (ECLI:NL:RBAMS:2023:1407). This is an interesting ruling, because the court discusses in detail the application of the GDPR, such as the possible joint processing responsibility within the Facebook group and
How do judges rule on GDPR right to access requests? Copy or no copy?
The Court of Justice of the EU has clarified whether the right of access from Article 15(3) GDPR also gives a right to a copy of the documents in which the personal data are recorded. This is only the case if that copy is necessary for an understandable and verifiable right of access by the data subject.
The rules for being allowed to store and retrieve cookies are laid down in European and national laws and regulations. The rules specifically for cookies are based on the European ePrivacy Directive, which has been implemented in the Netherlands in the Dutch Telecommunications Act (art. 11.7a). The rules concerning the processing of personal data –
Annual Review of Privacy 2022
2022 was a year in which the (European) legislator, judges and regulators made plenty of noise in the field of privacy law. Numerous legislative initiatives at both the European and national levels saw the light of day, and more than once did the Dutch Data Protection Authority advise the Dutch legislator to pay more attention
GDPR & international transfer: deadline December 27, 2022
Last year, on June 4, 2021, the European Commission published a new model contract (in English: “Standard Contractual Clauses” or abbreviated “SCCs”) for the transfer of personal data to countries outside the European Economic Area (“EEA“). The old model contracts were no longer to be used for new transfers of personal data as of September