Sophie in 't Veld was on July 05, 2018 at its website clear: "Today the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) confirmed that the revised European law on payment services, PSD2, is fully 'privacy proof'. The EDPB's letter is an answer to questions on privacy aspects of PSD2, posed by Sophie in 't Veld. Many people were concerned that the revised law would be a threat to their privacy. While negotiating the law, In 't Veld has always paid very close attention to privacy protection."
See also the Dutch message below:
PSD2 fully privacy-proof
Today the European Data Protection Board, to which all national data protection authorities are affiliated, confirmed that the new European law on payment services, PSD2, is entirely 'privacy proof'.
Earlier Sophie in 't Veld sent a letter to the Committee (previously known as WP29) with questions about the privacy aspects of PSD2. Many people are delivered that the law is a threat to their privacy. During the drafting In 't Veld always kept a close eye on the protection of privacy. in drafting it.
Today the European Data Protection Board confirmed that the law does not threaten your privacy. Your data cannot be accessed, processed or passed on to third parties against your will in any way. Only you can give permission. If you decide to use a payment app, for example, or an electronic household book, only the data that is strictly necessary to carry out the transactions may be used.
The letter is download here.