A resident of Haarlem, the Netherlands, is going to bring a lawsuit against the municipality because of the introduction of digital visitor parking. From 1 September, the municipality wants residents to register their...
A train passenger has submitted an enforcement request to the Dutch Data Protection Authority, because he argues that Dutch Railways (NS) violates the privacy of train passengers.
The highest court in the Netherlands has ordered that it is not mandatory to enter your license plate number when you park your car. Nevertheless, the municipality of Amsterdam is still handing out parking tickets, thereby violating the law.
After years of legal proceedings against the storage of fingerprints under the Passport Act — one of the gravest privacy violations in the Netherlands — Privacy First and 19 co-plaintiffs were declared inadmissible by the Dutch Supreme Court.
On April 28, a unique hearing took place before the court of Utrecht: the case of Privacy First against speed checks. For Privacy First, these checks are a massive breach of privacy because, when it comes to speed...
In a break-through verdict the district court of The Hague has rendered the Dutch Data Retention Act inoperative. The judge did so at the request of the Netherlands Committee of Jurists for Human Rights and six other civil society organizations.
A broad coalition of organizations and companies has started interim injunction proceedings against the Dutch government, demanding the abolition of the Dutch Telecommunications Data Retention Act.