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EU Data Protection Regulators Issue Opinion on New Challenges to Privacy at Work

EU Data Protection Regulators Issue Opinion on New Challenges to Privacy at Work
18/07/2017

Your employer is watching you! Based on this motto and given the increasing use of new technologies by employers, the Article 29 Working Party (the representative body for data protection authorities in the EU) recently released an opinion (2/2017) on data processing at work. 

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What Happened In 2016 / What To Expect In 2017?

What Happened In 2016 / What To Expect In 2017?
02/02/2017

2016 was a year full of developments in the IP, IT and Media fields. The beginning of this New Year gives us the opportunity to look back at the key legal developments of 2016 in these areas and to be well prepared for the major projects that await us in 2017.

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Luxembourg – Grand Duchy of Luxembourg as the new digital Hub

Luxembourg – Grand Duchy of Luxembourg as the new digital Hub
14/04/2015

October 2014, Luxembourg's Prime Minister and Minister of Communications and Media, Xavier Bettel, presented the so-called "Digital Letzebuerg" in the Parliament and to the press.

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New Law to Promote Luxembourg Audiovisual Projects

New Law to Promote Luxembourg Audiovisual Projects
18/12/2014

Luxembourg's audiovisual environment was formerly mainly focused on broadcasting activities and has been diversified with the creation of infrastructure for production and post-production and the establishment of several production companies and audiovisual services. To better assess the positive effects of the introduction of financial support for audiovisual production in the late 80's, it is important to have in mind that Luxembourg's audiovisual sector has no other means of financial support (distributors, regions or television) that may help the audiovisual production as it is the case elsewhere.

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THE FIRST RECOGNITION OF THE RIGHT “TO BE FORGOTTEN”

THE FIRST RECOGNITION OF THE RIGHT “TO BE FORGOTTEN”
17/09/2014

By judgement rendered on 13 May 2014, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) affirms the right "to be forgotten" by acknowledging that a person may require the removal of the links indexing information relating to such person from the list of results of a given search engine. This judgement creates the right "to be forgotten".

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Mr. Erik Valgaeren
Mr. Gérald Origer

Search engine activities are subject to data protection rules when processing online personal data
02/09/2014

On 13 May 2014 the European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) rendered a decision in a case in which the Court had to answer important questions relating to the material and territorial scope of application of the Data Protection Directive 95/46 on search engine activities and to a data subject’s “right to be forgotten”.

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