Technology law continues to evolve rapidly in the EU, and Luxembourg is no exception. A number of pending legal and regulatory proposals were recently adopted and entered into force (e.g. amendments to the CSSF rules on outsourcing, the implementation of the NIS and Trade Secrets Directives, etc.). Furthermore, new trends are gaining in importance (e.g. artificial intelligence, blockchain technology, etc.) and clear answers are needed on how they should be dealt with from a legal perspective. Another focus area is GDPR enforcement, with further guidance being provided by the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) and national supervisory authorities. Last, but not least, Brexit looms on the horizon.
This article provides a brief overview of the most relevant new developments in technology law of which you should be aware this fall.
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Source - Agefi, September 2019