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IT law and internet law are complex areas of law. Legal ICT likes to share its expertise and provide answers to legal questions.

The Legal ICT factsheets provide key information on specific legal topics, such as general terms & conditions, domain names and notice and takedown. Legal ICT offers a e-mail newsletter on current topics regarding IT law and internet law. Or just follow our blog directly to stay on top of the latest legal news!

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Our factsheets

  • The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): what is changing and what do you need to change?

    The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new pan-European privacy law. From 25 May 2018, your organisation must comply with this strict new law. So what is changing? And what do you need to change?

  • Privacy and monitoring at work under the GDPR

    On May 25th 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) will enter into force. With penalties of up to the higher of 20 million euro and 4% of global turnover, executives across the EU are preparing to get their organisations GDPR compliant. If you would like to know how your organisation can ensure privacy compliance at work, […]

  • The impact of the personal data security breach notification law

    On 1 January 2016 legislation will enter into force in The Netherlands requiring organisations to report personal data security breaches.

  • Continuity in the Cloud

    The online world is inconceivable these days without cloud services. There are a number of risks inherent in the resulting high dependency.

  • General terms and conditions

    When you conclude contracts with customers – consumers or companies – as a business owner, it is helpful if the payment term, contract term or your liability, for example, do not have to be negotiated each time.

  • Notice-and-Takedown

    Do you disseminate information on the Internet? Then you can be held liable or prosecuted (by the public prosecutor) for that information. Think of defamation and infringements of copyright or trademark rights, but also child pornography or texts that incite terrorism. This even applies if your customers or users have posted the content.

  • Give me that domain name!

    Anyone wanting an Internet presence needs a good domain name because the company’s website and email addresses will be linked to it.