In a recent decision by the Hague Court of Appeal, an important precedent has been set regarding the compensation of time allocated for preparation before commencing the work schedule.
The European Commission has recently issued a new adequacy decision on EU-US Data Privacy Framework confirming a safe environment for transfer of data from the European Economic Area to the U.S.
The revised Network and Information Security (“NIS 2”) Directive entered into force on 16 January 2023, and Member States have 21 months, until 17 October 2024, to transpose the measures into national law.
The European Data Protection Board has recently adopted the final version of its Guidelines on facial recognition technologies in the area of law enforcement.
The European Data Protection Board has published Guidelines 9/2022 on personal data breach notification under the General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’) Version 2.0.
To ensure an adequate level of protection for European individuals, a straightforward legal framework on transatlantic data transfer is desired at the European level.
At the same time with the repeal of Law no. 62/2011 on social dialogue, the express provision according to which individual labor disputes shall be solved in the first instance by the tribunal has also been repealed.