Webinar video | Digital Law Series #13: Keeping Up with GDPR

Webinar video | Digital Law Series #13: Keeping Up with GDPR
November 4, 2021

The GDPR has been applicable since over 3 years and continues to raise many questions for businesses.

During this session our presenters, Jan Clinck and Pierre Antoine, will have a closer look at, amongst other things: 

• trends in the practice of the Belgian DPA’s Litigation Chamber

• Belgian DPA Charter on the Inspection Service and its investigative powers

• latest EDPB initiatives

• recent landmark decisions rendered by DPAs across the EU

• ongoing legislative and policy developments in Belgium and the EU

Written by

  • Jan Clinck

    Counsel

  • Pierre Antoine

    Associate

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