Dutch Regulator's Privacy Warning Triggers Industry Backlash

Dutch banks are seeking urgent talks with the country’s Data Protection Authority (AP) after it unexpectedly instructed them not to use customers’ payment data for direct marketing purposes.

The authority wrote to the country’s banking association last week to say offering products and services to customers based on analysis of their transaction information may be deemed a breach of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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