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News and Insights from Altij

11.06.2021

Q&A : Everything you need to know about “BIM”

On the occasion of the attendance of our law firm ALTIJ at the BIM WORLD 2021, on June 23 and 24, 2021 in Paris, we propose you a Q&A to discover this new technology.   I/ What’s the “BIM”?   BIM means Building...[more]


28.05.2021

BULK DATA INTERCEPTION REGIME : YES, BUT …

By two judgments of May 25, 2021 (Big Brother Watch and others v. the United Kingdom and Centrum för rättvisa v. Sweden), the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights has accepted mass surveillance subject to...[more]


19.05.2021

GOOGLE, ORACLE AND LINES OF CODE: COPYRIGHT OR FAIR USE?

On 5 April 2021, the US Supreme Court put an end to the dispute between Oracle and Google. By confirming that Google was not at fault in reproducing more than 11,500 lines of code, this decision raises questions about the fate of...[more]


12.05.2021

On-board cameras: helicopters will not be grounded!

In an order dated  May 3, 2021, the Lyon administrative court ruled that a citizen did not justify an emergency situation in order to obtain the suspension of a prefectoral authorisation to monitor demonstrations using a...[more]


28.04.2021

Police data collection: Altij advises privacy associations in successful action before French supreme administrative court

Altij advised Internet Society France, which campaigns for the protection of Web users, and HES, which defends the rights of LGBTI+ people, in a case before the Conseil d’État, France’s supreme...[more]


14.04.2021

The French State Council cancels the possibility of transferring data from the GendNotes application to other files

Associations welcome a major step forward for personal data and individual freedoms. Paris, April 14, 2021 - GendNotes is an application used by the National Police to collect data during its interventions in the field. The...[more]


13.11.2020

The view from France: Data transfers outside the EU - where we stand

The four months since the EU’s Court of Justice shut down the Privacy Shield have seen a series of judicial and regulatory attempts to clarify matters as data exporters try to balance operational reality and legal...[more]


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