This project financed by the Belgian Minister for Consumers Protection consists in an analyze of the black lists phenomenon in regard of the Data Protection principles (Directive 95/46/EC and Belgian Privacy Law) in a comparative law perspective. More precisely, the object of the study is a reflection on the need for framing or not this phenomenon, on the choice of the standards allowing this framing and on the contents of this regulation. ¶This project will lead to the drafting of a bill and explanatory memorandum accompanying it.¶
|Effective start/end date||1/03/06 → 30/11/06|
- judicial data
- Black lists
- data protection
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