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GDPR: Security will be everywhere (even at your local shopkeeper)

European Union - June 1 2016 Compared to the current legal framework, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) contains stricter obligations with regard to data security…

Co-authors: Judica Krikke, Gérald Origer, Nicolas Roland.


Dynamic IP addresses qualify as personal data according to the EU Advocate General

European Union - May 17 2016 Personal data is defined, both in the currently applicable Directive 95/46/EC and in the new Regulation 2016/679 as information relating to an…

Co-authors: Judica Krikke, Carol Evrard, Gérald Origer.


GDPR: Working with health data can cause a headache

European Union - May 2 2016 By adopting the new data protection regulation on 14 April 2016, the European institutions have decided to set up a new legal framework to enhance…

Co-authors: Judica Krikke, Gérald Origer, Nicolas Roland, Michiel Van Roey.


Embedding privacy is not an empty word

European Union - April 29 2016 One of the obligations imposed on personal data processing entities by the general data protection regulation (“GDPR”) is to implement appropriate…

Co-authors: Judica Krikke, Gérald Origer, Nicolas Roland.


Watch out for your drone: new Belgian Royal Decree is out!

Belgium - April 26 2016 The Royal Decree on the use of drones in the Belgian airspace has come into force on 25 April 2016. The Royal Decree authorizes the use of drones…

Co-authors: Carol Evrard.

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