Marc Spuijbroek

Marc Spuijbroek

Marc specialises in ICT and data protection with a focus on ICT law.

He works in close collaboration with a range of clients including international companies, institutional investors and public bodies on matters including ICT outsourcings, ICT procurements and litigious ICT disputes.

Furthermore, Marc regularly advises clients in regards to software license audits and disputes, together with general data protection matters.

Marc has a master’s in Dutch law from the University of Amsterdam (2006). He also attended the Stibbe MBA Highlights Programme at INSEAD (2020).

  • Languages: Dutch, English
  • Admitted to the Amsterdam Bar: 2017

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21.10.2019 EU law
Elektronische identificatie en ondertekening conform eIDAS

Articles - De eIDAS-verordening heeft een juridisch kader geïntroduceerd dat de betrouwbaarheid en acceptatie van elektronische transacties binnen de EU moet vergroten. Hiervoor wordt een gelijk speelveld beoogd waarin burgers en bedrijven binnen de EU met hun eigen nationale elektronische ID zich ook digitaal kunnen identificeren bij openbare instanties uit andere lidstaten. Daartoe worden uniforme eisen gesteld aan de betrouwbaarheidsniveaus van deze elektronische ID’s.

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28.08.2019 NL law
Masterclass: e-signature and electronic identifiers

Masterclass - Stibbe is organising a Masterclass on 26 September 2019 in Amsterdam on the subject of e-signature and electronic identifiers. This Masterclass will cover the legal framework and focus especially on the numerous possibilities for applying the various electronic signatures in different situations. In addition, we explain the regulations governing electronic identifiers, and the mandatory European recognition they receive.

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27.05.2019 EU law
One year of GDPR - The regulatory warm-up

Short Reads - The first year of the General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") is over. Although early noises predicted an entirely new data protection regime, the European legal framework did not change substantially, the major changes being an expansion of the territorial scope to non-EU countries and stronger powers of enforcement. In spite of fears and rumours of immediate enforcement and huge fines, most regulators focused on helping companies achieve compliance, or they enforced without directly imposing fines.

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