Joe Jay de Haas

Joe Jay de Haas

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Brexit and data protection: preparing for a 'no-deal'

Short Reads - As it stands, the UK will exit the European Union at midnight on 29 March 2019. Therefore, businesses within the UK, or with trade relations with the UK, would be best advised to assume that a no-deal Brexit is inevitable. The exchange of personal data  within the EU is governed by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). In a no-deal Brexit, the GDPR will cease to be applicable in the UK upon its EU exit.

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26.09.2018 EU law
Artikel 13 DSM-richtlijn: verplichting tot een online content filter?

Short Reads - In het kader van de modernisering van het auteursrecht binnen de Europese Unie heeft het Europese Parlement op woensdag 12 september 2018 gestemd over het voorstel voor een Richtlijn van het Europees Parlement en de Raad inzake auteursrechten in de 'digitale eengemaakte markt' (ofwel de Digital Single Market, afgekort de 'DSM-richtlijn'). Met name artikel 13 van de DSM-richtlijn – de zogenaamde 'content filter'- wordt ontvangen met veel kritiek. In deze blog wordt kort ingegaan op de betekenis en de mogelijke gevolgen van artikel 13.

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23.08.2018 EU law
ECJ: Facebook fan page administrator is a joint data controller

Short Reads - On 5 June 2018, the European Court of Justice ("ECJ") decided on several preliminary questions that were raised in an administrative proceeding between the German Data Protection Authority ("GDPA") and Wirtschaftsakademie Schleswig-Holstein GmbH ("Wirtschaftsakademie"), a German educational services provider that offers its services through a Facebook fan page. In its decision, the ECJ held, among other things, that Wirtschaftsakademie qualifies as a data controller ex Article 2 under d Directive 95/46/EC[1] ("Privacy Directive").

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12.10.2018 NL law
Tim Berners-Lee's Solid proposal: the future of data traffic?

Short Reads - The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) aims to strengthen the rights of individuals in respect of their personal data. Although this aim has been achieved to a certain extent, the fundamental framework of the way personal data is processed remains unchanged. Companies are still able to use large amounts of user data, in many cases without even obtaining their consent. Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web, has announced his plans for a decentralised web, in which users remain in control of their personal data.

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