The Belgian Data Protection Authority (BDPA) published on 30 November 2020 a cooperation agreement with DNS Belgium, the registry for .be, on the consequences of (alleged) data protection infringements.

Under this cooperation agreement, DNS Belgium is tasked with suspending .be domain names that are linked to data protection infringements.

How does this work, and what are some key concerns?

Read here our analysis.

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