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Digital Law | BE & 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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Océane Dieu contributed to the book 'Artificial Intelligence and National Security'

Artificial Intelligence is increasingly used for National Security purposes. But what about human rights? Océane Dieu sheds a light on the topic in a chapter she wrote for the book 'Artifical Intelligence and National Security'.

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Belgian minister of finance announces stricter scope of beneficial copyright tax regime

In the context of the beneficial copyright tax regime, the Belgian government seems adamant to limit the scope and benefits of this regime. What will be the consequences, and will it survive the Belgian Constitutional Court?

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Belgian Court of Cassation balances right to privacy with right to information

In a recent judgement of 18 October 2022, the Belgian Court of Cassation has weighed the fundamental right to privacy against the equally fundamental right to information and freedom of expression.

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Digital operational resilience as key priority for financial institutions

Financial institutions and third party ICT providers will have to strengthen their IT security organisations, as the European Digital Operational Resilience Act is expected to be fully applicable in early 2025 after a two-year implementation period.

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