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BE and EU Law - On this blog, our Brussels TMT and Privacy and Data Protection team reports and provides context on Belgian and EU legal and regulatory developments in the field of digital law.

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The revised Network and Information Security Directive: enhancing EU cybersecurity standards

More businesses and organisations will have to strengthen their cybersecurity strategies, as the European legislator revised the NIS Directive. NIS 2 will impose stricter cybersecurity obligations on more organisations.

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Three months after the UBO-case – Where do we stand and what’s next?

This article looks at the aftermath of the UBO case invalidating the general access to UBO data, and looks at what lies ahead for companies and member states, and specifically at Belgium's recent regulatory action.

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Belgian DPA rules on employee geographic tracking by public authorities

On 21 February 2023, the litigation chamber of the Belgian data protection authority has ruled on the legitimacy of the geographic tracking of employees by a public authority.

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ECJ further shapes independent position of DPOs

In a judgment of 9 February 2023 (C-453/21), the European Court of Justice has further shaped the rules surrounding the independence of a data protection officer (DPO), one of the cornerstones of the GDPR.

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