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Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) – Be Smart

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) – Be Smart

At the dawn of portable electronic devices, they were primarily work-related productivity tools. Often, employers would purchase (or lease) devices and distribute them to their need-to-have employee base. It’s not so long ago that we can remember when the Blackberry transitioned from a business device to a consumer device. Everybody ... Read More »

Ten Handy Copyright Tips

Ten Handy Copyright Tips

When showing video clips or screenshots from video clips, don’t rely on the face-to-face teaching exemption if you have reason to believe the copy you’re using was made without the copyright owner’s permission. Treat works created outside the U.S. the same way you treat works created inside the U.S.—get permission ... Read More »

There is no penalty for not having a processor’s agreement

There is no penalty for not having a processor’s agreement

Since January, under certain conditions, substantial penalties can be imposed for breaching the Personal Data Protection Act [Wet bescherming persoonsgegevens (Wbp)]. The duty to report data breaches has also been in force since that time. This means that existing processor’s agreements had to/must be amended. Some people are now however ... Read More »

IP rights of clients are not safeguarded in Tax Authorities’ ZZP-model agreement

IP rights of clients are not safeguarded in Tax Authorities’ ZZP-model agreement

The Employment Relationships (Deregulation) Act (DBA) comes into force on 1 May 2016. This legislative change means that the Declaration of Independent Contractor Status (VAR-declaration) is abolished. Our employment law colleagues have previously written about the employment law aspects of this but there is also important news in the field ... Read More »

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