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Recap Turing Summer Drinks

Thursday, August 25, 2022 the time had finally come: the Turing Summer Drinks! To toast to the recent start of our office and celebrate the summer together, we gathered in the beautiful restaurant Pavlov next to the Nieuwe Kerk in The Hague. We were pleasantly surprised to see both old acquaintances and new faces. After

Turing Law: a new technology firm

As of April 1, 2022, lawyers Tom de Wit, Huub de Jong, Esmée Fonville, Marijn Rooke and Moo Miero will continue their practice under the new name Turing Law, supported by Morgan Remijnse as office manager. Turing Law is an independent boutique firm specializing in IT, data, privacy and digital transformation. Developments in these areas

annual update IT & IT outsourcing

In her State of the Union, the President of the European Commission called for additional efforts to shape the digital transformation, because “digital technology makes the difference between success and failure”. A related theme in the policy of the European Commission remains cyber security, which is reflected in the many initiatives in this area. In

annual update data privacy

The General Data Protection Regulation celebrated its third anniversary in 2021.  Privacy is a subject that is now on the agenda of most organisations. Moreover, the developments in this area of law are moving fast. The European and national legislators are not sitting still, and the same can be said of the supervisory authorities. Also,

look before you leap: avoid (too) strong dependence on your ICT supplier

Healthcare processes are rapidly digitising and the Corona pandemic has only accelerated this process. The use of ICT to support or improve care is now a must. Because ICT has become so important for the delivery of care, healthcare institutions have become increasingly dependent on their ICT suppliers. That dependence has also increased because healthcare

use of corona rapid tests in an employment context (part 3)

Last weekend a Dutch newspaper reported that many companies are losing sleep over the lockdown and the lack of testing capacity. Not surprisingly more and more organisations are considering to take the testing of employees into their own hands. Especially the use of corona rapid tests is often mentioned. But is the use of those

use of corona rapid tests in an employment context (part 2)

Earlier we wrote about the use of corona rapid tests in an employment context. Due to a lack of testing capacity, people sometimes have to stay at home for several days at a time. As a result, organisations are struggling with a lack of employees in the workplace. This has particularly serious consequences for sectors

use of corona rapid tests in an employment context (part 1)

Testing. Testing. Testing. This is the current motto of the Dutch government. Even in case of mild complaints. Unfortunately, there appears to be a great lack of testing capacity at the moment. As a result, people have to stay at home for several days at a time. As a result, organisations are struggling with a

chronicle GDPR case law May 2018 – May 2020 in the Netherlands

Over the past two years, more than 300 judgments on the GDPR have been published on rechtspraak.nl. A number of rulings are interesting, others are predictable and in a number of cases the judge does not seem to apply the GDPR correctly. For anyone who may have missed a number of judgments, this chronicle lists

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