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BOYD smartphone | time.lex
Privacy & data protection

“Bring your own device” or “BYOD”, meaning that employees use their own laptop or smartphone and software for professional purposes, is an increasing trend. A lot of companies simply tolerate it or even ignore it and believe that it doesn’t concern them. This raises legal concerns. Who is liable for data breaches, viruses and breach of company’s confidential information? Is the company, as employer, allowed to enforce its IT-policies on those privately owned devices? What about the employee’s privacy?

Belgian legislation on e-invoice & e-archiving | time.lex
E-commerce

The federal Belgian council of minsters recently approved a draft proposal that will be submitted to the Parliament in September. It aims at further simplifying electronic invoicing and archiving for paper and electronic invoices. The draft law implements the European Directive 2010/45/EC of 13 July 2010 amending Directive 2006/112/EC on the common system of value added tax as regards the rules on invoicing. The goal is to have the new rules in place as from 1st January 2013.

Belgian Constitutional Court - Cyberstalking | time.lex
Cybercrime

Different criteria for stalking and cyberstalking are not discriminatory.

Bitcoin | time.lex
E-commerce

Edwin Jacobs takes a look at the legal challenges surrounding Bitcoin.

Study on spam and spyware | time.lex
News & announcements

The European Commission has published its recent study on spam, spyware and malicious software, conducted by time.lex.

ECJ judgement Rijkeboer case | time.lex
Privacy & data protection

How long do access logs need to be archived in Europe?

European Commission - eHealth | time.lex
E-health

Study on eHealth issues for the European Commission results in national reports on the legal framework for Interoperable eHealth.

ENISA study eID management | time.lex
News & announcements

time.lex recently assisted the European Network and Information Security Agency in drafting a paper on European electronic identity management initiatives. This paper has now been released to the public.

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Timelex partner Geert Somers gets appointment as legal member of the Eurostat Expert Group on facilitating the use of new data sources for official statistics.

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