IT LAW AND DATA PROTECTION
Nowadays it is inevitable to use the solutions offered by the latest information technology, however these raise a number of specific legal issues as well.
IT law combines the regulations of a number of legal areas (contractual law, consumer protection law, criminal law, intellectual property law, data protection etc.), so it can be said that it is a complex field of law, which is typically only regulated subsequently due to the rapid pace of technological development.
How I can assist you in the field of IT law?
- drafting and reviewing software license agreements;
- drafting of software end user license agreements;
- Internet law and related data protection and copyright issues;
- drafting and reviewing of support-, operation and maintenance agreements;
- domain name registration;
- legal enforcement against infringing domains;
- drafting and reviewing general terms of conditions for online services and applications;
- drafting and reviewing of general terms and conditions (GTC) for online stores.
The general data protection regulation (the GDPR regulation) adopted by the European Union sets out a number of legal obligations that individuals and undertakings who process personal data must comply with at all times. In case of non-compliance with the provisions of the GDPR, the national authority in exercise of its supervisory power – in Hungary the National Authority for Data Protection and Freedom of Information – is entitled to impose, inter alia, data protection penalties.
In addition to the GDPR, the provisions of the Act on the right to informational self-determination and on the freedom of information apply in parallel to each data processing.
How can I assist you in the field of data protection law?
- drafting and reviewing of data protection and privacy policies;
- drafting of cookie policies;
- drafting and reviewing of data handling and processing agreements.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you need legal help or counselling in connection with IT law, Internet law, software law or data protection law.