Dutch police remove photos from social media over privacy complaints

Since November there were two cases of the Dutch police removing photos or videos from their social media feeds after complaints about privacy violations, Minister Ferdinand Grapperhaus of Justice and Security said in response to parliamentary questions on the police’s social media policy.

The police regularly post self-made photos and videos on social media with the intention of giving people more insight into police work. But these images are not allowed to show anything that can be traced directly or indirectly to a person.

Source: Dutch police remove photos from social media over privacy complaints | NL Times

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