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According to the Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens report (in Dutch language only), the number of privacy complaints continues to increase sharply. More than 15,000 people filed a complaint with the Dutch Data Protection Authority (AP) in the first six months of this year, that is almost 60% more than in the second half of 2018. An explanation for this is that the possibility of submitting privacy complaints is new in the Netherlands and is becoming increasingly well-known. It is also likely that the Netherlands is a highly digitized country.