putting pictures of her grandchildren on Facebook, the mother of all the Dutch thought a priori not to do evil. And yet, it has been condemned by justice to remove such photos. This is the mother of the children who brought the case before the Dutch court, reports Numerama. She had on several occasions asked his mother to remove the photos, requests that have remained a dead letter, and as she holds the parental authority, it has decided to move on to the next step.
Up to 1 000 euros fine
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The grand-mother will therefore have to withdraw the more quickly the photos or pay a fine of 50 euros for each day of delay, and 1 000 euros to the maximum. If they post on Facebook new pictures of the children in the future, it will have to pay 50 euros more per day. If the case took place in the netherlands, it could very well be held in France, notes Numerama, in which justice could be based on article 9 of the civil Code, which states : "Everyone has the right to respect for his private life. The judges may, without prejudice to compensation of the damage suffered, prescribe all measures, such as sequestration, seizure and others, to prevent or stop a violation of the intimacy of private life. "