In the statement made on the DPA website, it was noted that TikTok did not provide sufficient information in Dutch about how it collects, processes and uses the data of child users.
In the statement, which noted that the text on the use of personal data shared in English is not sufficient for children, it was stated that TikTok was given an administrative penalty of 750 thousand euros.
In the statement, it was stated that since TikTok does not have a company registered in the Netherlands, the administrative investigation was carried out through the TikTok subsidiary in Ireland.
Compensation lawsuits filed by users continue
In the Netherlands, there are two compensation cases filed against TikTok for violating the security of personal data.
The first was launched jointly by the Consumers Union and a foundation aimed at protecting personal data.
The institutions that filed the lawsuit demanded that TikTok pay 1,000 euros to each Dutch user under the age of 16.
In another lawsuit filed by the Market Information Research Foundation (SOMI) in the Netherlands in June, it was announced that TikTok was sued for 1.4 billion euros on the grounds that child users in Europe neglected their data privacy.