Data, Information & Cyber Law

The Pangea DICL team is an international group of experienced and specialised lawyers dedicated to privacy, cybersecurity and open data issues. We support your digital transformation and guide you in the protection, use and defence of your immaterial assets from a legal perspective.

About DICL

The creation of the Data, Information & Cyber Law (DICL) Practice Group is a Pangea Net initiative to bring together the best experts in digital law from around the world. Initially named the « GDPR » Practice Group, in reference to the famous EU regulation that came into force on 25 May 2018, Pangea Net’s group of experts decided to broaden its spectrum to cover the entire field of digital law, namely the rules protecting personal data and privacy (Privacy), those relating to responsibility for content and intermediaries (Information), as well as those punishing network infringements; but also the legal aspects of emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Quantum Computing, Blockchain, Internet Of Things (IoT) or Biometrics (Cyber).

Our multi-jurisdictional experts approach draws on the familiarity of our specialists with their respective local laws and customs, combined with a geek-worthy curiosity and appetite for the latest technological developments and phenomena that we keenly share with clients in the form of legal insights & digests.

We provide professional and ready-to-implement advice because we have our finger on the pulse of the sector: we are active in the global IT ecosystem and stay sharp by contributing to the development of the of the sector in our respective countries and regions, as members of think tanks, policy institute and influential research institutes as well as lecturers at universities.

When you work with Pangea DICL, you get full access to a team of lawyers working in the one-stop shop style:

  • one key point of contact who will pilot the project for you through the multi-jurisdictional jungle
  • one end-product consolidating the various aspects of your query
  • one monthly invoice in one currency, combining
    the services rendered by our experts

Areas of expertise

Pangea DICL offers cross border strategic legal advice in relation with:

  • Data protection and privacy
  • e-reputation & personality rights
  • Information technology
  • Protection of secrets (professional secrecy, communication secrecy and trade secrets)
  • Cyber-litigation (cybersecurity, cybercrime)
  • Content liability & platforms

Key contacts


Partner at klein•wenner, France


Partner at klein•wenner, France

Mgr. Bc. Tomás Mudra

Senior Counsel at UEPA, Czech Republic

DICL news

Pangea Net Annual Report 2022-2023

We’ve just wrapped up our 14th Annual General Meeting … and it was another huge success! Our hosts, Belgium member firm Litiguard Advocaten, organized a fantastic 2 ½ days for our network in the beautiful city of Antwerp.

Our members joined from all over and got to catch up, pick each other’s brain, sharpen their knowledge, talk shop and of course, share a great time together.

The Board wishes to thank the hosts Litiguard Advocaten for the care, ideas and time that went into the preparation of this great event, guest speaker Xavier Biot for broadening our minds and understanding of Decarbonization goals and challenges, as well as all our members for making Pangea Net such a vivid, active, high-quality international network of independent law firms.

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Pangea Net Annual General Meeting 2023

Our 14th Annual General Meeting has opened its doors!

This year, our Belgium member Litiguard Advocaten is hosting our international network of independent law firms in beautiful Antwerp. A big thank you to our hosts Dirk De Maeseneer and Gerrit Van Gassen and their team!

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DICL Practice Group – Newsletter 5

It would be impossible to ignore the rise of AI over the past few months – with ChatGPT taking most of the headlines but facing competition from Google’s Bard and from Amazon and Facebook’s own AI offers.
With AI taking the headlines of the day it’s easy to forget about some of the other news stories that were (and may yet be) the next big thing, whether that be the continued evolution of the GDPR, the rise of the Metaverse or the implementation of new laws around digital services.
It’s a challenging time to be a data lawyer – with lots of potential distractions. In this issue we’ve picked up various of these ongoing themes, taking the perspective of different jurisdictions

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