On June 14th, 2017 the European Court of Justice (CJEU) confirmed that Internet Access Providers (IAPs) can be obliged to block the domain names and IP addresses of the online sharing platform The Pirate Bay (TPB).
On Wednesday, June 28 at Money20/20 Europe, the four founding members Edwin Jacobs from time.lex, Benjamin May from Aramis, Frank Müller from Aderhold and Arno Voerman from Van Doorne officially launched their pan-European network of lawyers: the FinTech Lawyers Network (FLN).
The European Banking Authority (EBA) has drafted recommendations aiming to provide guidelines for institutions on cloud computing. They are addressed to, in specific, credit institutions, investment firms and public authorities.
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DECIDE is a project funded under the EU’s horizon 2020 programme that will stimulate the creation and deployment through the use of its systems of applications, which are so designed that they can distribute their constituting components over heterogeneous cloud resources, sometimes provided by different cloud service providers, while still holding all the functional, business and non-functional properties declared in their respective Service Level Agreements (further: SLAs).
time.lex is providing legal assistance throughout the implementation of the project, focussing i.a. on aspects of applicable law, data protection and contractual implications of a multi-cloud structure.
In this blog post time.lex will provide a short presentation of the CITADEL project, what it hopes to achieve and what the importance of the project is for e-government in Belgium.
The General Data Protection Regulation, which saw the light of day in spring last year, is set to apply from 25 May 2018. This means that businesses and organizations of all shapes and sizes have about 16 months to prepare themselves to comply with the new set of data protection rules. However, this preparation is easier said than done.
The European Data Protection Supervisor publishes guidelines on the processing of personal data through web services and by mobile applications.
Court of Justice decides that dynamic IP addresses, registered by an online media services provider in the context of the provision of its services, constitute personal data.
On 8 September 2016 the Court rendered judgment in case C-160/15, GS media BV v. Sanoma Media Netherlands BV. The Court decided that sharing hyperlinks providing access to protected works (in the case at hand celebrity photos that were yet to be published), made available on the Internet without the consent of the copyright holder by a third party, can by itself be a communication to the public in the sense of article 3(1) Directive 2001/29, when certain conditions are fulfilled.