If you’re trying to find information about people born in the last century, you won’t find much online. Dutch privacy laws restrict access to records of people born less than hundred years ago. To access these records, you will need their consent or proof of death.
Information doesn’t come online the minute it’s 100 years old either. Not all archives put their birth, marriage and death records online, and those that do do not always immediately scan or index the records. Some archives choose to make records public in blocks of ten years. If you’re out of luck, a 1914 record may be in the 1913-1922 batch and may not become public until 2023 and may not be available online until the 2030s.
Three important sources to check for 20th century people that you can access without permission are: