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16 June 2020 / article

Class actions for breaches of the GDPR, something to bear in mind

Since the GDPR entered into force, there has been ample attention for regulatory enforcement and high fines. However, recent developments show an increasing number of civil claims for damages due to breaches with the GDPR, with (potential) class actions on the rise.

Read more about the developments regarding such class actions in the Netherlands below or download it as pdf-version.



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