This page is brought to you by the Dutch member of the group:
Ventoux and more specifically Reinout Rinzema.

He was greatly helped by Claudia Quelle of Tilburg University.

You may click on any Article listed below to access to the relevant comment,
or, if you prefer, you may use the search tools.
Also the concerning provisions of the Dutch law are provided.
The DPA has recently released a ten step plan to implement the GDPR. This plan is provided in Dutch.

Chapter 1 : General provisions

Chapter 2 : Principles

Chapter 3 : Rights of the data subject

Section 1 : Transparency and modalities

Section 2 : Information and access to personal data

Section 3 : Rectification and erasure

Section 4 : Right to object and automated individual decision-making

Section 5 : Restrictions

Chapter 4 : Controller and processor

Section 1 : General obligations

Section 2 : Security of personal data

Section 3 :Data protection impact assessment and prior consultation

Section 4 : Data protection officer

Section 5 : Codes of conduct and certification

Chapter 5 : Transfers of personal data to third countries or international organisations

Chapter 6 : Independent supervisory authorities

Section 1 : Independent status

Section 2 : Competence, tasks and powers

Chapter 7 : Cooperation and consistency

Section 1 : Cooperation

Section 2 : Consistency

Section 3 : European data protection board

Chapter 8 : Remedies, liability and penalties

Chapter 9 : Provisions relating to specific processing situations

Chapter 10 : Delegated acts and implementing acts

Chapter 11 : Final provisions


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