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Use of camera surveillance: unlawful filming of public domain and private property
The Belgian Data Protection Authority recently issued a decision regarding camera surveillance by a natural person, resulting in a fine of 1.500 EUR.
The impact of the ‘Schrems II’ case on personal data
In this article, we provide an insight into the significance of the CJEU judgement on the Schrems II case and its effect on personal data transfers to third countries.
The Facebook like button from a privacy law perspective
On 29 July 2019, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) released its judgement on its latest data protection legislation court case involving the Facebook Like button which is incorporated on a third party website. Such social plug-ins allow the transfer of personal data of website visitors, such as their IP address or browser.
Court of Justice rules that registration of working time is mandatory
The CJEU ruled that employers should be obliged to implement an objective, trustworthy and accessible system, by which the daily working hours of each employee can be registered.
A1 certificates and the applicable social security legislation
Can the Belgian National Social Security Office, the National Institute for the Social Security of the Self-employed, the social inspection or a judge disregard an A1 certificate on the applicable social security legislation in case of an abuse of law?
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