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Digital Law

Cybercrime

Cybercrime covers a variety of offences: offences arising from the development of information technology (infringements of an automated data processing system) but also traditional infringements that use this new vector (discriminatory acts on social networks, violation of private correspondence…).

The firm’s knowledge of the specificities of these offences (law enforcement in space, liability of hosts, technical proof of infringements…) allows it to assist its customers in an appropriate way by informing them of the risks involved and accompanying them at all stages of the legal proceedings, in particular with specialized organizations.

Personnal data

The firm assists its clients in enforcing their rights under the General data protection regulation (GDPR) and in particular :

  • access to data;
  • rectification/limitation of data;
  • deletion of data;
  • opposition to treatment.

I also assist clients in complying with the GDPR:

  • Audit of processing operations, lawfulness, storage periods;
  • Private impact assessment;
  • Assistance in the appointment of the data protection officer;
  • Amendments or updating of customer or subcontracting contracts;
  • Privacy policy, collection of consent, information statements;
  • Notification of data leaks.

Right to be forgotten

Natural persons have the right to request the removal of content that may affect their reputation or their private life, under conditions laid down by the RGPD or the law of 29 July 1881 on the freedom of the press.

I assist you in the procedure of deletion or dereferencing from search engines (Google; Bing Qwant) or content editors (press; blogs; social networks).