The number of complaints about a possible privacy violation sent to the Dutch Data Protection Authority (AP) increased by a massive 79 percent to 27,800 last year. The majority of complaints involved a violation of the right to privacy - the right to inspect information about yourself, or have information removed from somewhere, AD reports.
Experts are warning the Dutch police against using drones by the Chinese brand DJI. The company is still in talks with the Chinese government about sharing data captured by the drones, so there is no way of knowing where the data will end up, they said to BNR.
ING will postpone its plans for data sharing, announced ING board secretary, Nick Jue, in an open letter to the bank's customers, in a response to the storm of concerns and questions about privacy violations. Jue apologized for the confusion and inconvenience.