DICL Practice Group – Newsletter 3

30 May 2021

In the last year, the Pangea Practice Group for Data, Information and Cyber Law dedicated the first newsletter to the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the second one dealt with the topic of Advertising Technology and its legal regulation as it is evergreen amidst the questions we hear every day, no matter the country. We will continue this scheme this year by introducing our potential clients to GDPR enforcement in our jurisdictions and block chain technology and its implications in the second half of this year.

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Pangea Net Annual General Meeting 2022

Pangea Net -2023 Annual General Meeting is ON !

A warm welcome to all our delegates flying in from all over the world to attend the AGM in Poznań, Poland. And a big thank you to our hosts Babiaczyk Skrocki i Wspólnicy, Miroslaw Babiaczyk and Maciej Olejniczak and their team!

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Pangea Net Annual Report 2021-2022

In a few weeks, we will finally meet again, after more than two years of a forced break. We, from the Board and our friends from Babiaczyk Skrocki I Wspolnicy, were so relieved to see that the virus wave is finally diminishing, which comforted us in our decision to maintain a physical AGM in Poznan, Poland. And then the war started… This year’s AGM seems to be defying all odds. I know that, to some of you, the mere idea of having a fun time while Europe – and Poland in particular – is hosting millions of Ukrainian refugees may seem inadequate. I am convinced, however, that even under these dramatic circumstances, this meeting makes a lot of sense. You may want to look at it this way: the AGM is – after all – a place where people from many countries gather peacefully with open hearts, exchange their views, open their minds to those of the other network members.

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DICL Practice Group – Newsletter 4

The 25 May 2022 marks the fourth anniversary of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force. In this newsletter, the Pangea DICL team reflects on key trends across 10 of jurisdictions (Poland, Ireland, Switzerland, Italy, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Austria, Belgium, Germany and Croatia) in particular looking ahead to issues that are coming into focus (cookies, cloud services, video surveillance and services of facial recognition, etc.).

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