Since a dozen of years, personal data regulation is one of the focus points of the European legal authorities. The first directive from 1995 did not give the appropriate answer for the growing concern of EU citizens. The transposition of the directive into national law was a complicated procedure which lead to divergences in transpositions… Continue reading Don’t look at eIDAS and GDPR as a threat, but as an opportunity!
Europe On a European level in order to break down the barriers to a single digital marketplace, in December 1999 Europe created a Directive (1999/93/EC: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=uriserv:OJ.L_.2000.013.01.0012.01.ENG ) aiming to facilitate the use of digital signatures and their legal recognition. But this provided only half of the equation and did not foresee in a single, cross-border European… Continue reading The legal landscape of eIDAS