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The Litigation Chamber of the Data Protection Authority (DPA) ruled in decision No 35/2020 that an unspecified Belgian disciplinary and judicial authority (“Sports Court”) was entitled to forward a profile photo of Facebook to sports commissioners in order to have a so-called “ban on presence”, meaning that one is not allowed to attend a sporting event, enforced. A brief explanation.

EIOPA

Earlier this year, the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) published the final version of its guidelines on outsourcing to cloud service providers. These guidelines were finalized after a public consultation procedure. In this blogpost, we briefly examine what these guidelines mean for insurance undertakings. 

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