The right to privacy is enshrined in Article 10 of The Constitution of the Kinkgdom of the Netherlands.
- Everyone shall have the right to respect for his privacy, without prejudice to restrictions laid down by or pursuant to Act of Parliament.
- Rules to protect privacy shall be laid down by Act of Parliament in connection with the recording and dissemination of personal data.
- Rules concerning the rights of persons to be informed of data recorded concerning them and of the use that is made thereof, and to have such data corrected shall be laid down by Act of Parliament.
The most important rules for handling personal data in The Netherlands are laid down in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Read here more about the Implementation Act of the General Data Protection Regulation.