October 22, 2017
- Social media like Facebook and Snap Chat appear for years to break the Dutch law for the protection of personal data. Under the law, which dates from 2001, it is not permitted to process from among the sixteen children of personal data without parental consent. Reported RTL Z.
The two services, the US legislation, which must be a new member at least thirteen years old. Dutch children also will be for years- illegally- to register and use the services.
It is notable that Google apparently has read or the Code. The Internet giant sets Netherlands youth only able to register if they are older than sixteen.
Earlier this week an agreement was reached in Europe on the protection of personal data. It is also clearer that the minimum penalty is to be able to create profiles on social media without permission.