IP/IT/TELECOM


De vernietiging van de Dataretentiewet, wat nu?

De vernietiging van de Dataretentiewet, wat nu?
14/05/2021

Het Grondwettelijk Hof heeft in een arrest van 22 april 2021 de zogenaamde Dataretentiewet [1] van 2016 vernietigd. Het Hof oordeelt dat de algemene en ongedifferentieerde bewaring van gegevens met betrekking tot elektronische communicatie 

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Vooruit et Vooruit : les marques peuvent-elles continuer Ă  exister ensemble ?

Vooruit et Vooruit : les marques peuvent-elles continuer Ă  exister ensemble ?
11/05/2021

Au cours des derniers mois, vous avez sans doute entendu parler de la discussion entre le mouvement politique Vooruit et le centre d'art gantois portant le même nom. 

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Recours aux caméras intelligentes et protection des données

Recours aux caméras intelligentes et protection des données
10/05/2021

Depuis le début de la pandémie de la Covid-19, les autorités publiques et entités privées ont eu recours à des caméras intelligentes. Ces dernières sont utilisées afin, par exemple, de contrôler le port du masque

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Framing et hyperliens : une technique hyper en-cadrée?

Framing et hyperliens : une technique hyper en-cadrée?
03/05/2021

Avez-vous déjà entendu parler du framing, aussi appelé « transclusion » ?

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Influencers and IP rights: Top 5 most asked practical questions by brands

Influencers and IP rights: Top 5 most asked practical questions by brands
30/04/2021

TikTok, YouTube, Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook, ... these are all social networks that have sparked the development of a new form of advertising over the past years: influencer marketing

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 Insufficient cybersecurity measures under GDPR: 100k EUR fine in Belgium & key fines elsewhere

Insufficient cybersecurity measures under GDPR: 100k EUR fine in Belgium & key fines elsewhere
29/04/2021

On 26 April 2021, the Litigation Chamber of the Belgian Data Protection Authority (BDPA) handed down its first fine specifically for cybersecurity failures.

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European Commission publishes proposal for AI regulation

European Commission publishes proposal for AI regulation
26/04/2021

In recent years, artificial intelligence (AI) has been a popular buzzword and a hot topic that has caught the attention of lawmakers. For several years, the European Commission (EC) has been researching the topic

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Recent Developments in EU Telecommunications Regulation

Recent Developments in EU Telecommunications Regulation
14/04/2021

Recent months have witnessed a flurry of activity from the European Commission in the field of telecommunications regulation. On December 18, 2020, the Commission adopted a new Delegated Regulation setting single maximum Union-wide voice termination rates

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Mr. Erik Valgaeren

After the Uber case and the Airbnb case … the Star Taxi App case: focus on the question of the qualification as “Information Society Service”
13/04/2021

Societal and digital developments are reflected in the case law of the CJEU. For several years now, European judges resolve disputes relating to digital applications and the services they provide. On 3 December 2020, they handed down a judgment in a case concerning Star Taxi App. This blog analyses the Star Taxi App case law in the light of the Uber case law and the Airbnb case law. The three judgments have in common the question of the qualification of services as Information Society Services.

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Privacy rulings in Belgium soon?

Privacy rulings in Belgium soon?
12/04/2021

The world we live in is growing ever more complex and so is the regulatory landscape. Companies and businesses are subject to multiple layers of rules and finding one’s way across these technicalities can be both burdensome and expensive. At the same time, regulatory breaches can lead to harsh consequences.

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