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Publishers have private information from children “pseudonymisation”
The Lower House on Tuesday passed a motion stating that publishers private data that are directly linked to the precise identity of children must destroy. Which had been previously publishers pitched the data of the elementary school students.
MP Michel Rog of the CDA filed the motion. He wants the government publishers required only pseudonymised store the personal data of students. The Court agrees and wants the government to quickly talk with publishers and other educational organizations. In April, more will be known about this, as has been agreed.
The motion follows after the end of last year showed that publishers of digital curricula progress by virtually all children handle their software. In a letter to schools that RTL published , publishers explicitly indicated that schools are required to participate in the system. Otherwise schools can digital learning materials of the publishers no longer use.
Secretary Sander Dekker called the ‘desirable’ that schools inform parents when they go private information about their children play on publishing teaching methods. The politician hinting at that time even though the use of pseudonyms, where the Chamber now has gone along with that.Viewing:-135
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