ICT developments, especially the Internet, raise new legal issues on a daily basis, hardly surprising since the legal framework has not yet taken it into account. Corbus can lead you through the minefields of the digital world, whether you are a start-up or an established business. We can offer you efficient support, so you can make the most of all the opportunities available.
The Internet, digital media and e-commerce are creating a multitude of new opportunities, but at the same time an equal number of challenges and obstacles.
The rapid technological evolution that companies are facing is also happening in a legal context which is not only complicated, but sometimes completely outdated. However, we are familiar with these rapidly changing regulations, and can offer you support in every phase of your business's development.
In just a few years, privacy/data protection has become one of the most important topics in the information society for businesses, governments and consumers. In a society where personal data is increasingly seen as a means of payment, and where social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Google+ etc. are becoming ubiquitous, the right of every person to their privacy is being significantly challenged, so adequate legal protection is absolutely necessary.
Increasingly stringent regulations are prompting many organisations to proactively minimise their privacy risks. Failure to comply with the legislation can have far-reaching legal and commercial consequences. Not only can regulators impose large fines, your reputation and brand can be seriously harmed. Corbus can investigate whether you are respecting the privacy rights of others, and we can also provide you with advisory recommendations and help with implementation. We can also assist you in government declarations, and in the training of your employees.
E-commerce, electronic contracts (screening website, electronic signature, payment and invoicing, ...)
Open source, cloud computing
Software- and hardware- licence agreements
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