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    Limited enforcement of GDPR

    It has now been three years since your organization had to adapt to the strict rules of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Many organizations were afraid they would receive high fines if they failed to comply with privacy rules, but in practice it turned out the ‘Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens’ (Dutch Data Protection Authority), abbreviated as AP, could not enforce the rules properly. For years, the budget available has been too low to enable good enforcement. As a result, the AP has currently fallen behind on its duties. In 2020, only 0.15% of all reported data breaches were investigated. The European Parliament wants EU members to increase their budget for GDPR enforcement. In the Netherlands, outgoing minister Dekker (Ministry for Legal Protection) will leave any decisions on this to the new cabinet.

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