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GDPR representative
Privacy & data protection

Did you know the GDPR can be relevant to your company even if you do not have an establishment in the EU? In this blog you will read 5 things you need to know about the GDPR representative, which you may have to appoint. 

 
legal 500
News & announcements

Legal 500 – the leading lawyer rankings drawn up annually – re-evaluates Timelex with excellent ratings. These valuations are based on the experiences of existing clients in 2019.

cybercrime
Cybersecurity

The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic changed our lives drastically as it impacts our health system, our economy and our daily interactions. But in addition to these persistent threats, the virus created an environment in which cybercriminals thrive.

trade marks
Intellectual property

The slogan ‘Just do it’, Lacoste’s crocodile, the yellow colour of Zwitsal and the shape of Toblerone chocolate: what do they have in common? You wouldn’t think so right away, but all these signs are protected trade marks. 

corona virus privacy
Privacy & data protection

Now that a large part of Belgium and the world is in the grip of the new coronavirus (COVID-19) and preventive measures have been promulgated by the Belgian government, the question arises as to what personal data organisations are allowed to process of their employees in the context of the new coronavirus. A brief explanation.

Brussels
News & announcements

Timelex was chosen to take charge of legal compliance, including notably by ensuring that the project is executed in accordance with the EU’s high data protection standards.

Loyalty card
Privacy & data protection

Under the new eID legislation, can an organization read the eID for a loyalty card or other loyalty schemes electronically?

Camera Act | Timelex
News & announcements

In a major decision, the Belgian Constitutional Court decided on 20 February 2020 to uphold the recently approved Camera Act.

Selling, purchasing or licensing personal data | Timelex
Privacy & data protection

Buying, selling or licensing are different ways of exchanging personal data. As a result, organisations can often quickly acquire new income. However, personal data is not a classic commodity, so can it just be traded or exchanged? What legal rules should be taken into account?

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