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Influencer marketing: 5 tips for your influencer contracts

Influencer marketing: 5 tips for your influencer contracts
13/01/2022

Influencer marketing is a form of marketing in which companies use the online influence and relevant knowledge of people called “influencers”. Influencers are present on one or more social networking platforms and have a community of subscribers who follow their content 

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Gaming & Law | Adaptation rights and video games (Part 1)

Gaming & Law | Adaptation rights and video games (Part 1)
02/11/2021

Gaming: what’s law got to do with it? The online leisure and social gaming sectors are amongst the fastest growing and changing sectors. Simont Braun makes sure you stay on top of your game. 

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Gaming & Law | Mapping the regulatory landscape (Episode 2)

Gaming & Law | Mapping the regulatory landscape (Episode 2)
26/10/2021

Gaming: what’s law got to do with it? The online leisure and social gaming sectors are amongst the fastest growing and changing sectors. Simont Braun makes sure you stay on top of your game.

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Caméra de surveillance dans un magasin : Big Brother sous conditions

Caméra de surveillance dans un magasin : Big Brother sous conditions
04/01/2021

Vous avez peut-être été victime de vols dans votre commerce, ou vous songez à prendre les devants en installant une caméra de surveillance.

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B2B Relations in the Events Industry in Europe and COVID-19 Pandemic: The Stakeholders’ View

B2B Relations in the Events Industry in Europe and COVID-19 Pandemic: The Stakeholders’ View
24/06/2020

We started this series of alerts by sharing our view on the legal consequences of COVID-19 on B2B relations in the events industry. Our first two alerts set the scene

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Deadline approaching for notifying CCTV cameras to Belgian police

Deadline approaching for notifying CCTV cameras to Belgian police
15/05/2020

The transition period for notifying your surveillance closed-circuit television cameras (“CCTV cameras”) to the Belgian police ends on 25 May 2020. Meanwhile, the European Data Protection Board (“EDPB”) has published its final guidelines on processing personal data (including facial images) through video devices.

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B2B Relations in the Events Industry in Europe and COVID-19 Pandemic: The Stakeholders’ View

B2B Relations in the Events Industry in Europe and COVID-19 Pandemic: The Stakeholders’ View
15/05/2020

We started this series of alerts by sharing our view on the legal consequences of COVID-19 on B2B relations in the events industry. Our first two alerts set the scene. But of course, law is not applied in a vacuum, and for our next alerts we will be reaching out to different stakeholders from the events industry,

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Digital content makers’ do’s & don’ts in the Digital single market

Digital content makers’ do’s & don’ts in the Digital single market
30/09/2019

The Directive (EU) 2017/790 on copyright and related rights in the Digital Single Market was adopted by the European Parliament on the 26th of March 2019, in the context of harsh discussions about its true impact on the internet as we know it. After a few months, the tensions are eased: it is now time to focus on what’s fact and what’s fiction.

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Newsflash RGPD : Un bouton « j’aime » sur le site web? Responsable conjoint du traitement avec Facebook !

Newsflash RGPD : Un bouton « j’aime » sur le site web? Responsable conjoint du traitement avec Facebook !
02/09/2019

Dans un arrêt du 29 juillet 2019 ( C-40/17, Fashion ID GmbH & Co ), la Cour Européenne de Justice a jugé que les administrateurs d’un site internet avec un bouton « j’aime » étaient responsables conjoints du traitement avec Facebook.

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